RGD Webinar: Type Journeys

16/07/2020
Presenters include Forest Young and Ivy Yixue Li.

Designers share their stories and the lessons they've learned through the stages of their type journeys.

Date: Thursday, July 16th at 12pm EST

 

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Presentations: 

 

Typographic Landscape Around Chinese factories presented by Ivy Yixue Li.

 

This presentation will take the audience through a journey of Ivy's past field studies in Chinese factories,. She will present her typographic research of the disordered but lively visual landscape surrounding Chinese factory workers. The presentation will be a tribute to labor, a celebration of (anti-)design, and an attempt to justify misused typography.

 

About Ivy Yixue Li

Ivy Yixue Li is a designer and part-time faculty at Parsons School of Design. Her design practice and research revolve around languages, linguistics, (mis)translations, and migrant workers in China. She received an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and has presented her work at AIGA NY, Type Directors Club, New York Art Book Fair, and Tasmeem Doha Biennial Art and Design Conference.

 

 

 

 
 
Forest Young, Global Principal for Wolff Olins
 
Forest Young is a designer and educator. He is the Head of Design and Global Principal for Wolff Olins, where he leads design initiatives for the world’s most influential companies. Forest is also a critic in graphic design at the Yale School of Art. Prior to joining Wolff Olins, Forest was the Executive Creative Director at West, leading design across a portfolio of early stage companies alongside Allison Johnson. He recently served on the Board of Directors for AIGA NY, and is currently teaching one of CCA's inaugural courses — Future Design. His work has been exhibited at MoMA, the Royal Ontario Museum and at numerous international biennials. He is the recipient of design accolades including the Cannes Gold Design Lion and the ADC Black Cube. He received his M.F.A. in graphic design in 2006 from Yale University, where he was awarded the Mark Whistler Prize.
 

 

Pricing

RGD Members: FREE
Non-Members: One webinar - $35; Package of 3 - $90

40% off for Members of CAPICGDCSDGQEditors CanadaIABC Waterloo & IDC**

 

 

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