Last week, we announced the line-up for August’s Nicer Tuesdays with one name to follow. We’re now super excited to reveal that London-based graphic design studio Kellenberger-White AKA Eva Kellenberger and Sebastian White will be taking to the stage at this month’s event on 27 August.
The studio, which has made a name for itself producing slick, well-researched identities, print design and typefaces, will be joining Melissa Kitty Jarram, Adapt and Max Miechowski. Forming the basis of Eva and Sebastian’s talk will be their work for the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA). An ongoing project which was initially developed over a year, Eva and Sebastian worked with the local community to develop an identity, informed by John Ruskin’s notions of learning through making and thinking through doing. With plenty of nuanced touches to the projects – like using a colour found splattered of Middlesbrough’s famous Tees Transporter Bridge, and using contributions from locals to develop the typeface – it’s sure to be an insightful and in-depth talk.
Get your tickets for August’s Nicer Tuesdays using the link above. Doors open at 6:30 pm – we’ll see you there!
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