Typographics — Harmony+Tension with Stefanie WeiglerDavid Heasty

Harmony+Tension

with Stefanie Weigler, David Heasty

Every good story has conflict—and its characters have chemistry. This balance of tension and harmony keeps people engaged. Through several recent projects, Triboro will explore how the combination of tension (aesthetic/professional/client) and harmony inspires their typography.

This talk is scheduled for Saturday, June 17, 2017, at 4:00pm as part of the main Typographics conference schedule. You must register for the Typographics conference to attend.

About Stefanie Weigler

Stefanie Weigler

Stefanie is a co-founder of the Brooklyn based Triboro. The studio works with a diverse range of companies and individuals, from innovative start-ups to respected international brands. Recent projects include a Nike logo for New York City, branding the fashion labels Everlane and BLK DNM, restaurant identities for The Standard hotel, collaborations with artists such as Ai Weiwei and Blonde Redhead, and publications for MoMA and GQ. Born in Germany, Stefanie Weigler studied visual communication at the University of Wuppertal. She came to New York in 2004 and worked at Design Machine with Alexander Gelman, product design firm Birsel+Seck. In 2010, Stefanie was named an ADC Young Gun. Her work has received awards from the AIGA and has appeared in numerous publications, including Print Magazine and Creative Review.

About David Heasty

David Heasty

David is a co-founder of the Brooklyn based Triboro. The studio works with a diverse range of companies and individuals, from innovative start-ups to respected international brands. Recent projects include a Nike logo for New York City, branding the fashion labels Everlane and BLK DNM, restaurant identities for The Standard hotel, collaborations with artists such as Ai Weiwei and Blonde Redhead, and publications for MoMA and GQ. David has taught design at Parsons and the School of Visual Arts and pursues self-initiated experiments such as Triboro’s Wrong Color Subway Map. He has received numerous industry awards including being named an ADC Young Gun and was recognized in Print Magazine’s 20 Designers Under 30 issue. Born in Dallas, David studied Graphic Design at Penn State and began his career working with designer Alexander Gelman.

Registration is now open for the main Typographics conference, with educational and bundle discounts available.

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