Astrid Stavro, Pentagram
Thursday 27 June 2019
22 bis Rue des Taillandiers
75011, Paris, France
On Thursday 27 June 2019, at Le Tank: Astrid Stavro, Pentagram. Facilitator: Kristine Arth. This is a linked event, any registration for one of the speakers gives you access to the other talk without additional registration.
The TypeParis evening Talks (in english) open its doors at 19:00 at le Tank, Paris.
Our free talks open to the public will include two speakers: graphic designer as well as the weekly #typeparis19 international guest critic. The venue is limited to 130 people, after this limit, you will be added to the waiting list, and your entry will not be fully guaranteed. Our Talks will be given in English, no livestream, but available videos at a later date. Being present on the spot is the best way to miss nothing. Meanwhile, as the #tptalks19 are organized in Paris, France, most of attendees will be Parisians. Le Français sera largement employé par les participants lors de l’inscription et des échanges nombreux durant la soirée.
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Workshop Nº6 Glyphs Secrets. Glyphs core team Georg Seifert and Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer (who speaks French) will show you Glyphs Secrets at TypeParis! Special offer valid until 29th June 2019: €100
Pentagram partner Astrid Stavro is a graphic designer with an international reputation for concept driven design, distilling complex ideas into uniquely simple and emotionally engaging solutions. Before joining Pentagram in 2018 she directed her own studio in Barcelona for ten years. In 2013 she co-founded the brand and design consultancy Atlas with Pablo Martín. She was elected a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale in 2010.
Kristine Arth is the founder and principal designer of Lobster Phone, a San Francisco design studio creating iconic brands with bold personality. She is known for building brands that carefully balance timelessness with distinct visual expression. Arth has designed identities for global brands such as PayPal, Nivea, Western Digital, and SodaStream, in addition to start-ups such as Loliware, Coffee Meets Bagel, Ori Systems, and Eva Tech.