Plan B is an exhibition inspired by the history and spirit of the Bauhaus on the occasion of its one hundredth anniversary. It features work produced by ArtCenter College of Design Study Away students working between Berlin and LA.
British designer Abram Games (1914-1996), holds an important place in the legacy of twentieth-century graphic design. For over five decades he interpreted the social, political, and commercial pulse of his country by absorbing the influences around him and referencing them in his works. His place in the study of graphic design history has been somewhat over-shadowed by his contemporaries and friends Josef Muller-Brockman, Tom Eckersley and Paul Rand.
Following the tradition of Bodoni’s expansive landscape of type design, MIKE/SIERRA/TANGO highlights the value of typography in preserving diverse writing systems in a globally connected world. Scripts are living cultural artifacts, each with its own technical, formal, and historical conventions. This exhibition features a collection of contemporary multi-script typefaces produced by type foundries from around the world.
HMCT presents an exhibition in the HMCT South Campus Gallery featuring graphic work designed by ArtCenter alumni from 1948–2018. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, October 27 at 4PM, as part of the 2018 ArtCenter Alumni Reunion festivities. Open to the public and free of charge, BACKSLANT runs through January 13, 2019.
Join us on Thursday, September 27 in the HMCT South Campus Gallery from 6 – 8 PM as we celebrate the release of “nice”: the documentation by HMCT Fellow Lavinia Lascaris of the research, work, and exhibition (currently on view through Sunday, September 30) of our 2018 Typographer-in-Residence Lucienne Roberts, AGI, MISTD, FRSA.