Typographics Untitled lecture

A lecture exploring the ideas and implications of “normality” in typeface design. Can non-design work as a viable design strategy?

44 words by Kris Sowersby

This talk took place on Saturday, June 17, 2017 in The Great Hall of The Cooper Union as part of Typographics.

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