Marian Bantjes Lecture at the ICA

Don't miss this presentation by Vancouver-based designer, typographer, writer, and illustrator Marian Bantjes.

Renowned for her intricate patterning and delicate ornamentation, Stefan Sagmeister calls Bantjes “one of the most innovative typographers working today.” She worked for ten years as a typesetter before opening her own design firm, which she shuttered in 2003 to pursue projects described as “highly personal, obsessive, and sometimes just plain weird.”

In 2010, she released the highly acclaimed book I Wonder, which was hailed by New York Times critic and designer Steven Heller as “a wondrous, if breathless, display of virtuosic craft.” Bantjes has designed work for Saks Fifth Avenue, Penguin Books, GRANTA, WIRED, Wallpaper*, and many others. Her graphic work is included in the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s permanent collection.

For more information and to buy tickets for the event, please visit the ICA Website

Be sure to hang around after the talk for a book signing by Marian Bantjes. Books can be purchased in the ICA gift shop.

When & Where
Thu, Apr 25, 2013 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
The Institute of Contemporary Art
100 Northern Ave
Boston, Massachusetts 02210