Working Late: Panel discussion with Frank Chimero and Jen Mussari
Get your notebooks ready. We’re kicking off our series at the Makeshift Society this fall with a panel discussion, focusing on the role typography plays in the work designers do across print and digital mediums. Our panelists will be Frank Chimero and Jen Mussari, with our own Tim Brown facilitating the discussion. We’re so excited to have these folks together for what should be a fascinating conversation. Come join us!
Frank is a designer whose projects give thoughtful consideration to the analog and digital worlds, and the design systems connecting them. His book, The Shape of Design, explores how we harness creativity and build a purposeful practice in the act of crafting things for other people. He currently runs Another design studio in Brooklyn.
An artist and illustrator, Jen’s skillful lettering has appeared in all kinds of places, perhaps even on your friends’ skin via Tattly designs. Also based in Brooklyn, she makes hand-drawn letters look stunningly full-blooded on virtually any material.
We can’t wait to hear this duo’s thoughts on how typography shapes their work. No matter what your medium of choice might be, this is going to be a valuable conversation about design, creativity, and letters. Don’t miss out!