Tickets are now on sale for How to design a design museum, an evening of talks hosted by It’s Nice That at the new Design Museum on 30 November.
The line-up features some of the key designers behind identities for the new museum’s inaugural exhibitions, including OK-RM, Studio Hato, Fernando Gutiérrez, Ian Cartlidge and Morag Myerscough, introduced by It’s Nice That editor Owen Pritchard.
OK-RM’s Oliver Knight will be talking about the graphic design for the Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World exhibition, while Studio Hato’s Ken Kirton will chat about his work on the Beazley Designs of the Year show and Ian Cartlidge will discuss his work on the wayfinding design.
Morag Myerscough has designed the museum’s new permanent display Designer Maker User, and Fernando Gutiérrez worked on the Design Museum’s rebrand this year.
The talk takes place on 30 November, 6:15pm – 7:30pm at the Design Museum on Kensington High Street. Buy tickets here.
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