Join renowned typographer and graphic designer Andrew Byrom for an exciting and interactive discussion on TYPOGRAPHY and his EXPERIMENTAL approach to graphic design the evening of Friday, June 29th from 6-8pm.
Andrew’s clients include The New York Times, Penguin Books, UCLA Extension, and Sagmeister Inc. His work has been featured in numerous design publications including Print Magazine, +81, and Creative Review, and has been honored by the AIGA and the Type Directors Club.
Andrew is a Professor at CSULB and has also taught at UCLA Extension, Northern Illinois University, plus Luton University and Central Saint Matrins in the UK. He has given presentations about his ideas throughout Europe, Asia and the US – including the AIGA Y-Conference, ATypI, TypeCon, The Type Directors Club, Kuala Lumpur Design Week, and TEDx.
Come with your favorite font in mind and join the conversation. (Tip: Make sure it isn’t comic sans.) The A+D Museum is located at 6032 Wilshire Blvd. For more information and to reserve your spot, see here.
Also, this summer you can join Andrew every Saturday for his Typography course here at UCLA Extension. This hands-on course covers the fundamentals of type, its characteristics, vocabulary, and nomenclature as well as creative uses of type and how it is integrated in successful design.