Rian Hughes at Typo Circle

Type designer, illustrator and writer Rian Hughes will be giving the next Typographic Circle lecture, on November 24

Type designer, illustrator and writer Rian Hughes will be giving the next Typographic Circle lecture, on November 24

Hughes is one of the UK’s most prolific and multitalented designers, turning his hand variously to type design, illustration and drawing comics. He has also written several books including, most recently, Cult-ure: Ideas can be dangerous.

As usual, the event will be at ad agency JWT, which is on Knightsbridge Green, London SW1. It starts at 7pm.

Tickets are £10 for members, £4 for student members and £16/£8 for non-members. Buy them here

 

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