Jonathan Barnbrook is a British designer known for his graphic work and the development of several typefaces released through Virus Fonts. Often political in nature, his approach to using “design as a weapon for social change” has drawn praise and criticism over the last several decades. He has worked with publications like Adbusters and has done graphic work for artist Damien Hirst and musician David Bowie.
A pre-lecture reception open to the public will be held from 5:30-6:30 pm.
Ticket info: Free and open to the public.
See the full schedule of the 2010-211 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture series here.