Thursday, 9:30am
2 June 2016

Type Tuesday: COLOUR!

See you at St Bride at 7pm sharp. Another evening in Eye magazine’s series of informal quarterly events about design and visual culture – with Morag Myerscough and Camille Walala

Eye’s next Type Tuesday will feature presentations by two designers who make bold use of colour – Morag Myerscough and Camille Walala.

Their work in public spaces often elicits strong, emotional responses from the people who use them. There will be a panel discussion later in the evening about the significance of colour in design, type, advertising and branding.

PLUS: Bar and Bookstore for bargain back issues of Eye. Tweet your special requests. Hashtag #TypeTuesday. See you there at 7pm sharp on Tuesday 7 June 2016!

Morag Myerscough and Lemmy. Photograph: Maria Spann.

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Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan’s Mirar at Abierto Mexicano de Diseño design festival, Mexico City, 2015.

Morag Myerscough’s exhibition design for the Alan Aldridge exhibition at the Design Museum.

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Morag Myerscough, Studio Myerscough, is a graphic designer, known for bold, colourful sign systems and installations in public spaces within hospitals and schools. See ‘In the thick of it,’ our profile in Eye 79.

Camille Walala. Photograph: Jenny Lewis.

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Camille Walala’s ‘Dreamcometrue’ street art at Splice Post in Old Street, London. Photograph: Ed Park.

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Camille Walala, who began as a textile designer, has acquired a reputation for striking street art, notably the Splice Post ‘dreamcometrue’ building in Old Street, Shoreditch. See our article ‘Colouring in the city’, in the latest issue, Eye 91

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Morag Myerscough.

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Camille Walala. Photo: Jenny Lewis.

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Save the date: the next two Type Tuesdays will be on 13 September and 29 November 2016. All proceeds in aid of St Bride Library.

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Eye is the world’s most beautiful and collectable graphic design journal, published quarterly for professional designers, students and anyone interested in critical, informed writing about graphic design and visual culture. It is available from all good design bookshops and online at the Eye shop, where you can buy subscriptions and single issues.

 

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