The Influence of Typography on our perception

Talk

14 November | 3pm – 3.30pm

DIDI Space, Mezzanine Level, Building 4, Dubai Design District (d3)

This lecture will explore how typography influences our perception and how it is always embedded in a broader context.

This talk is part of Weltformat DXB.

About Weltformat

This internationally recognised festival introduces design enthusiasts to different poster trends in Switzerland and promotes the poster medium in all its facets.

Weltformat DXB is a collaboration between Tashkeel, Welformat (a collective of graphic designers from Lucerne), Cairo-based designer Engy Aly and Mobius Design Studio’s Design House, with the support of Pro-Helvetia. It will be supported by four poster design workshops, three public talks and a publication.

In parallel, there will be an exhibition of posters created in response to the theme of Delusions and Errors by a diverse group of designers from the MENA region. It attempts to explore notions of embracing seemingly imperfect processes, malfunctions, or the unpredictability of different methodologies of working.

Noël Leu

Noël Leu was born 1984 in Lucerne, Switzerland. In 2010 he graduated with a Bachelor in Visual Commu- nication from the Bern University of Arts. He now lives and works in the whole world as a graphic designer, teacher and curator. He co-founded Edition Grilli, an independent pub- lishing house and Grilli Type GmbH, a digital type foundry.

Awards:
ADC Young Guns award, Art Direc- tors Club New York, USA (2015); Grant for design achievement Can- ton of Lucerne, Switzerland (2015); Award with Judge’s Choice Type Directors Club New York, USA (2015); Selection for the Chaumont Poster Festival, Chaumont, France (2015); 100 Best Posters Germany, Austria, Switzerland (2015); Type Directors Club Tokyo Annual (2015); Artist in Residency in New York Design Foun- dation Bern, Switzerland (2014); Grant for design achievement Design Foundation Bern, Switzerland (2013); Marketing support award, Design Foundation Bern, Switzerland (2013); Nominated for the Swiss Federal Design Award (2013); Most Beautiful Swiss Books (2012). 

 

For further information please contact Tashkeel