Yale University School of Art
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New Haven, Connecticut, 06520-8339
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GRAPHIC DESIGN Art 740, Typographic Form + Meaning

Creating typography that says what it means and means something more. Conventional typography is ostensibly unlearned to bring words and meaning into focus as important drivers of visual form- making and the development of a formal language. An essential by-product is expanding the conceptual framework of projects through responding to formal experimentation and innovation. Projects are print-based, providing various phases of vivisection and reconstitution of individual content and direction. All content is self-initiated, drawing from the student’s thesis and related subjects.

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