Here are the Type Directors Club’s upcoming June TDC Virtual Salon line-up, which is open for registration:
- They still have room for you to join us on May 28, when writer/journalist Anne Quito and design legend Walter Bernard will discuss an epic period of magazine design as told in their book with Milton Glaser, Mag Men: Fifty Years of Making Magazines.
- Next on June 4, take a trip to the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography with its curator, Alexander Tochilovsky, who will give you an overview of this amazing graphic-design resource in New York City and show you recent acquisitions of Japanese ephemera.
- Next, on June 9th, they will join author, illustrator, and designer Ross MacDonald as they tour his studio and letterpress shop in Connecticut. On view will be Ross’ extensive collection of wood type, dating back to some of the earliest cut by hand, as well as examples of period props that he has made, printed, and designed for over 90 movies and television series.
- Then on June 11, Angelina Lippert, curator of Poster House, will talk about the history of the PSA (Public Service Announcement) poster. From Tuberculosis to Loose Lips Sink Ships, she’ll explore how information has been disseminated to the public for the greater good. She’ll start her talk with a brief introduction to Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the art and history of the poster. (In the meantime, check out the museum’s special projects.)
- Next, on June 18, designers Brenda McManus and Ned Drew will take you into the process behind their letterpress “labor of love” – a charming ABC book that brought together their family, students, type collection, and passion for printing into one inspiring project.
- And on June 25, they invite you to meet Dylan Mulvaney, the head of design for Gretel, one of New York’s most forward-looking design studios, who will talk about typography and culture and how his team looks for resonance between the two. Take a look.
The TDC Virtual Salons are free to members. They encourage all of you to join TDC (check out the various membership options here), and they ask both members and non-members to make a small donation and help them continue this new effort to connect and serve the typography community online.