Glass, Concrete, and Fonts: Is Typography Relevant in all Design Fields?Purchase Tickets
We’ve all seen it: A $70 million condo development with a cheap-looking logo, a restaurant that has an unreadable menu, and a kitchen brand that looks like every other kitchen brand. Typography is all around us every day, yet it is so often ignored. How can architects use type to further their vision? What can interior designers learn from fonts? How can typography be used in the landscape? This panel discussion with typography experts will answer these questions with insights, humor, and real-life examples.
|ABOUT THE PRESENTERS|
|Doug Wilson is a designer, typographer, art director, filmmaker, and cyclist. In 2012, Doug directed the feature-length documentary “Linotype: The Film” which has screened internationally.|
|Kyle Read is a type designer and art director based in Denver, Colorado currently at the helm of Badson Studio—a Type Foundry, Design Studio, Shop, and Small Press Publisher.|
|Sandi Grigoryan is a Partner and Creative at TNKR Design. She specializes in art direction, illustration, packaging, and social media strategy.|
|Travis Ladue is the Principal and Art Director at Studio Mast.|