An incomplete specimen

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A talk on Sarah's journey in graphic design and art, exploring the role typography and symbols play in her work. This talk will be filled with anecdotes: from creating custom type for her screenprinted artworks to selecting a typeface for a book.


Interview ✚

Sarah Boris is an artist and designer whose work has been exhibited at the Design Museum, London and acquired by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the New York Centre of Book Arts; and FRAC Normandie Rouen. Projects range from screenprinted editions such as her UK Fragile flag or LOVE typographic artwork to self-published books which include “Global Warming Anyone” and “Le Théâtre Graphique”.

She has exhibited at “Une Saison Graphique” in Le Havre and more recently “Nuits Normandie Impressionniste 2022” (Frac Normandie Rouen) and “Reverting to Type 2020: Protest Posters” (Standpoint Gallery, London). Between 2005 and 2015, Sarah worked as a graphic designer and art director for some of the UK’s leading cultural and publishing institutions: Phaidon Press, ICA and Barbican. Notable projects include the rebrand of the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the monograph “JR: Can Art Change the World”. She has judged numerous awards and was judge president for D&AD Professional Awards. She regularly gives talks and runs workshops in Europe.

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Join us on 3 June 2023 to listen to international speakers representing various spheres of the world of typography and design.

Our conference (in English) brings together typography enthusiasts, graphic designers, art directors and type designers. We seek to explain how typography has a visible impact on the world around us. Come to Paris to attend talks by international speakers around graphic design, web design, motion design, publishing, visual identity, communication and type design. It is important to create platforms to let various universes communicate about their love of typography in their everyday practise.

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€ 170

Discover the 17 guests, talks schedule and the free workshop