Lorraine Wild Is Going Full Stride At FIT


We’re so glad when people tell us about events. Then we have things to write about, and can stop this from becoming nothing more than an alt.bierut.fanlisting. Tonight, Lorraine Wild is speaking at FIT and the AIGA is pretty psyched:

Lorraine Wild–designer, writer and historian–will be traveling from the West Coast to walk us through the creative gamut of a career that, to this day, remains in full stride. She will talk about the many things that make up her long-standing practice: book design, exhibit design, writing, and more.

She is famous:

Lorraine’s work has been published in I.D., Print, Design Quarterly, Eye, and in the anthologies The Graphic Edge, Typography Now and Typography Now:Two. Her writing has appeared in numerous periodicals and books, including Emigre, I.D., Print, Graphic Design in America, Cranbrook Design: The New Discourse and Looking Closer.

Tonight, Haft Auditorium, FIT, 27th St between 7th and 8th. 6:30 reception, 7pm presentation.