Attendees will learn the basics of hand lettering and professional practices for creating production-ready artwork.
Over the past twenty years, James Todd has made clothes, type, identities, music, musical instruments, albums, websites, car parts, furniture, and (re)built cars. He spent several years apprenticing as a bespoke tailor and ran an auto upholstery shop. In 2009, he became actively involved in both graphic and type design and graduated with honors from The State University of New York Fredonia with a BFA in Graphic Design.
Along with designing and releasing retail type, James has designed custom type for Hamilton Wood Type Foundry, Ian Lynam Design/Wordshape, P22 Type Foundry, Samarskaya & Partners, Vans and many others. He is co-administrator of typedrawers.com, the online discussion forum for professionals and enthusiasts in lettering, typeface design, and typography.
Note: Please be advised that all sales are final with no refunds unless AIGA Central Pennsylvania cancels the event. However, tickets are transferable, so tell a friend to come as you if you are unable to attend. Lastly, any student purchasing a Student Ticket must provide a valid School I.D. at the door.
Print sponsor: The Standard Group
Venue sponsor: PCA&D
Refreshment sponsor: The Prince Street Café