“Curved, Pointy, and Nervous-Looking Types”
Fonts by Hoefler&Co.
AUGUST 12, 2009
It is 1953, and you are a graduate student at the Yale University School of Art. Alvin Eisenman has just established a new discipline called “graphic arts,” in which you are studying — under the legendary Josef Albers, Herbert Matter, and Alvin Lustig — a new approach to design, which will come to be known as Modernism.