Herb Lubalin: Then

Friday, October 26, 2012, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

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Day one of a two-day symposium hosted by The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography and Unit Editions, celebrating the life and work of Herb Lubalin, and launching the new monograph Herb Lubalin: American Graphic Designer (1918—81). This Symposium was kindly supported by Sudler & Hennessey.

The evening opens with a short illustrated talk on Herb Lubalin by Adrian Shaughnessy, author of Herb Lubalin: American Graphic Designer (1918—81). This is followed by a panel discussion with friends and colleagues of Herb Lubalin, reminiscing about the man and his work.

Panel:
Fay Barrows
Louise Fili
Steven Heller
George Lois
Bernie Zlotnick
Moderator: Adrian Shaughnessy

Free Tickets must be reserved at http://lubalinthen.eventbrite.com

Information on the second night: Herb Lubalin: Now


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"The Gladiators", photo courtesy of Carl Fischer

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