Thursday, March 1st, 7:00 – 9:30pm
Graphics For Places & Spaces
In The Duncan Anderson Design Department Gallery at California State University, Long Beach
Today’s environments are increasingly influenced and even transformed by graphic design. Come and see how one Los Angeles design firm helps make places accessible, understandable and welcome.
Wayne Hunt founded Hunt Design in 1977 and is a nationally recognized leader in Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding Signage design. He and the firm have planned, designed and implemented more than two hundred signage & graphics; and exhibit assignments in twenty U.S. states and in countries around the world. He is active in the Society for Environmental Graphic Design, serving as its past national president and selected as the organization’s sole 2004 Fellow. Mr. Hunt is the author of three books on signage and related graphics design and is an Adjunct Professor at Art Center College of Design. A frequent speaker and ambassador for environmental graphics, Hunt has presented at USC School of Architecture, Harvard University and many other universities around the country. “Helping people access, enjoy and understand complex places is both an art and a science. We’re really in the place-making business.”