Christian Chruxin

  It is always a pleasure to discover great work by a designer unknown to me. I recently acquired some books designed by Christian Chruxin, who was a graphic designer working in Berlin in the 1960s and later. They are


TYPE FIRST: LHM Educator Fellow David Wolske

The Leah Hoffmitz Milken Educator Fellowship program was launched by HMCT in 2019, with an international call for applications to typography educators teaching at the university level. The aim of the program was to place chosen educators in ArtCenter typography


Harmonic Voices

Following in the traditions of Polyglot Bibles in which the text consists of translations in various languages, and Bodoni’s expansive landscape of type design in the Oratio Dominica that illustrates his use of over 150 multi-script languages, MIKE/SIERRA/TANGO, an exhibition


Summer in the Alps with Dafi Kühne

This summer, with the assistance of the HMCT, I was able to attend a wonderful Typographic Summer Program led by Dafi Kühne at his vast studio space located in the Swiss Alps. The week-long workshop aims to demystify the process of creating


Dafi Kühne Revisited

This past spring, HMCT Archetype Press hosted our first Artist-in-Residency, the renowned Swiss graphic designer, typographer, and letterpress printer, Dafi Kühne. During his Archetype Press residency, Dafi produced a poster [edition of ten] exclusively for HMCT. Our Archives collection now


Artful Impact: The Posters of Abram Games

British designer Abram Games (1914-1996), whose work is currently on exhibit at the HMCT South Campus through July 28, holds an important place in the legacy of twentieth-century graphic design. For over five decades he interpreted the social, political, and

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