Typo Circle Talks – Fraser Muggeridge

The next Typographic Circle talk will be from Fraser Muggeridge, designer, typographer and founder of the Typography Summer School.

Muggeridge has worked for clients including Art on the Underground, the British Council and Whitechapel Gallery, creating artist’s books, posters, websites and other projects.

He also claims to hold the current record for the world’s largest enlarged letter – set at 12,288 point at Camberwell College of Art, London on 7 March 2014.

Last year Muggeridge exhibited an “abstract alphabet” that he created with pupils at Welling School – the alphabet was shown at Whitechapel Gallery.

Fraser Muggeridge’s Typographic Circle talk is on 29 January at JWT’s offices in Knightsbridge, London. For tickets, visit www.eventbrite.co.uk.

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