TYPO Speaker

Rick Banks makes books speak. The highly acclaimed Copy Book on how advertisers create texts won him this years D&AD Award. His book design teams up with its reader.

Rick is a designer, art director and typographer, working under the moniker Face37. In 2011 he gave the Musician‘s Union, one of he oldest unions in the world, a modern graphic voice that supports their issues. The rebranding included Signage, stationery, guidelines and web design and it was accoladed with the D&AD award 2011 for books.

Rick‘s works were shown in The Guardian, Monocle, Creative Review, Grafik, Computer Arts, Wired or Digital Arts. At TYPO London Rick will demonstrate how graphic issues are social issues.

This speaker was part of these TYPO conferences:

Talks of Rick Banks

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