How Punk changed Graphic Design and is history repeating itself?

Punk emerged as a reaction to the rigid restrictions of Modernism and its style ripped up the rules of Swiss minimalism and neutral sans serif typography. As traditional attitudes came to be considered outdated, society rebelled against the mainstream and demanded change. It feels like we are at a similar turning point today, both culturally and typographically. Can we look to…

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Author of Why Fonts Matter, TEDx, keynote speaker, researcher. Creates live online events on the typography of everyday things www.typetasting.com/sarahhyndman

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Sarah Hyndman

Sarah Hyndman

Author of Why Fonts Matter, TEDx, keynote speaker, researcher. Creates live online events on the typography of everyday things www.typetasting.com/sarahhyndman

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