Philippe Apeloig talk in Sydney to ISTD/AGDA members and guests

Category: Events

Internationally acclaimed graphic designer and typographer, Philippe Apeloig is referred to as a trusted messenger for the cultural powerhouses - museums such as the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay, publishers such as Éditions de La Martinière and Robert Laffont and luxury brands such as Hermès and Yves Saint Laurent. His work has been exhibited by the likes of the Gagosian Gallery, Design Museum London, Phaidon Press and many more.


David Quay reviews Type/Dynamics: Jurriaan Schrofer/Lust (2 comments)

Category: Opinion

Currently running at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam is an exhibition of one of my design heroes, Jurriaan Schrofer...

Typorama – review by Freda Sack (1 comments)

Category: Review

The Typorama exhibition showcases thirty years of typographic creation by French designer Philippe Apeloig.

Tribute to Michael Harvey MBE HonFISTD 1931–2013 (5 comments)

It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing – was his mantra – jazz forming the rhythm to his many and varied creative pursuits.

Typographic 69 ‘the Australasian issue’

Category: News

Designed by Frost* Sydney and edited by Nick Kapica the latest Typographic looks at the contribution of typographers ‘down-under’.

Tags: Australia

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