Wielding Gestalt laws, horror film, symphonic deletions and moonwalking bears, Ellen Lupton breaks down the concepts of visual thinking and visual storytelling to reveal that they might not be as purely visual as we think.
Over the course of his talk, Menno Cruijsen took the audience on a thrilling, whirlwind tour of Lava’s international work. Spawned from a trip around the world twenty five years ago, Lava has transformed from a Dutch design firm rooted in editorial print to a globally recognized agency pushing the boundaries of design.
Jen Bilik began by announcing, “I have made many typos in my life, so I immediately felt right at home.” Her hilarious and charming talk provided insights on design as well as on life.
We’re excited to welcome the Prisma Art Club from Western Connecticut State University back to TYPO SF.
Check out these posters created by students in the group in anticipation of the conference!