The TypoCircle presents Typographic Play
Typography is body language. It is a powerful tool in communication, allowing so many opportunities for creative expression. The right choice and arrangement of letterforms can reveal a personality, convey an emotion or influence a thought. It's strong stuff indeed!
The TypoCircle presents 'Typographic Play', a playful workshop led by Studio Sutherl&’s founder, Jim Sutherland, alongside advertising creative director and designer, Louise Sloper. In this workshop, we invite you to get creative with type, express identity and bend the truth, with exercises including Typortraits and Typographical Abecedarian.
Expect paper, scissors, glue and pens – with lots of example projects and case studies thrown in to get you inspired. All analogue, no computers. See you there.
Founder Studio Sutherl&
Studio Sutherl& was set up by Jim Sutherland in 2014 to be agile and playful – building teams from the best artists, architects, photographers, writers and strategists to suit each project. There is immense creative potential in collaboration. And great joy. He has rebranded the Natural History Museum, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis, The Arts Society, Williams F1, Prostate Cancer UK, National Museums Scotland, Welsh National Opera, and Start-rite shoes. He has designed over 50 stamps to date for Royal Mail including the Agatha Christie set in 2016. Awards include 93 projects in D&AD (including five yellow pencils. He has judged D&AD eight times (as Foreman of the Branding Jury in 2016), as well as the Design Week, Creative Review, Loeries (SA), Kinsale, Roses and ADNC awards.