Thu, Jan 12, 2017
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
5216 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
Join CAMH and AIGA Houston in welcoming Erik Marinovich, San Francisco-based lettering artist and designer. Marinovich poses the question, “What makes lettering and hip hop so appealing, and why are the similarities between them so uncanny?” He explores the parallels between these art forms, and the effects each have on their respective industry and culture at large.
Please arrive early as this is a free event and seats will still be first come, first served. Registering here or on the Facebook event does not guarantee you a seat. Thanks for your cooperation!
This talk is hosted by CAMH and AIGA Houston.
About Erik Marinovich
Erik Marinovich is a San Francisco-based lettering artist and designer, and is a co-founder of Friends of Type. Since 2009 he has drawn letters, logos, and type for nice folks like: Nike, Target, Google, Hilton, Facebook, Sonos, Sharpie, The Criterion Collection, Sprite, and the Ford Motor Company. In 2012 he co-founded Title Case, a creative work space that conducts workshops and lectures. Between client work, teaching, and side-projects, you’ll find him on the road promoting Keep Fresh Stay Rad and Let’s Go Letter Hunting, two new releases from Friends of Type published by Princeton Architectural Press.
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