Presented with RMIT University

In Conversation : Fraser Muggeridge

with Brad Haylock, Nina Gibbes and Žiga Testen

A Knowing Wrongness in Graphic Design Practice

  • Talk
  • Free
  • Sitting
PAST EVENTFree*Bookings required
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Fraser Muggeridge standing against a wall in a striped long sleeve shirt.

In Conversation : Fraser Muggeridge

A design-focused talk with the master of typographic detail, Fraser Muggeridge.

The man you want when you’re pondering a font. Fraser Muggeridge is the design whiz who founded Typography Summer School in London and New York. His studio works with everything from books and exhibition catalogues to posters, marketing material, exhibitions, websites, film titles and music. They’re all about prioritising artists’ and writers’ content over the imposition of a signature style. Fraser’s designed for Hot Chip, he’s got a PhD and he’s been working with longtime collaborator Jeremy Deller, as well as on the Night Trade exhibition, In the future, everyone will be cancelled for 15 minutes. Muggeridge-designed posters will be on sale in the merch shop too. Come along to a free talk where Fraser will sit down with RMIT’s Brad Haylock, Nina Gibbes and Žiga Testen to talk all things design and typography.

At this event, you will hear Muggeridge speak about his concept of ‘knowing wrongness’ in graphic design, about the connections between research and practice in his work, and about how he collaborates with artists such as Jeremy Deller.