Critical Encounters With Type, Image, and Print: Part I
Designers and innovators debate the past, critique the present, and imagine the future of graphic design by using the design-driven magazines, books, posters, branding programs, typography, titling sequences for film and television, and information graphics in the exhibit. A panel conversation following explores the concept of the designer as producer (see Critical Encounters, Part II, held later in the day).
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