Posts Tagged ‘Anti-design Festival’
Neville Brody spoke with Design Week editor Lynda Relph-Knight about the student protests, the Anti-Design Festival, Arena Homme+ and the future of graphic design…
Written by Gavin Mackie
Neville Brody, illustrated by Anna Hancock-Young
On the wonderful Friday evening of the 12th of the 11th of the 10th I managed to make my way to the V&A for the third week running. This time it was to attend a talk with seminal graphic designer Neville Brody, in conversation with Design Week Editor Lynda Relph-Knight. The subject of conversation moved away from Brody's work and instead centred on this week's student protests and the future of creativity in the present political and social times, neatly summised by Brody as "a bunch of cuts". You can make your own decision to whether he was refering to the cuts or the government making them.
The conversation was loose and while Brody was well prepared (despite his own claims he wasn't) he allowed the evening to take its own course, flipping between pictures of the student march, the Anti-Design Festival, Brody's exhibit in Tokyo, his work on read more