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Emigre II

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liz glass

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Emigre II

Emigre: 1984-2005 Emigre was founded by Rudy
VanderLans and Zuzana Licko
in 1984, the same year that Apple
launched their first computer. Between 1984 and 2005, Emigre published 70 issues of the magazine, focused on graphic design, typography, and critical writing on the design field. Even though the magazine
project ended in 2005, Emigre
continues as a typeface foundry,
graphic design firm, publisher,
and production company for
VanderLans and Licko's works The exhibtion "Unbounded Design:
The Emigre Spirit" will incorporate
the 70 issues from the Museum's
permanent collection, as well as other
ephemera related to Emigre - including
posters, books, ceramics, cards and
Emigre materials The exhibition and the
accompanying catalogue
will provide a comprehensive
look at Emigre, tracing the
influence of this publication
on the contemporary world
of digital graphic design and
typography For this exhibition, writers who contributed
to Emigre will be asked to write on this period
of the digitalization of graphic design; an
interview with VanderLans and Licko will
round out the publication; and finally,
contemporary graphic designers will be
commissioned to produce new works
in response to "The Emigre Spirit."
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