Type and ____ NYU21S MCAD21S UArtS20S


Type and ______ combines typography with the student’s choice area of practice, searching for the overlap between what they know and do and the power of text made visible. Projects can range from the analogue, creating new alphabets out of simple materials, to technological, exploring dimensional typography or understanding the needs of type with AR/VR. Unique disciplines are encouraged, whether it be story-telling, dance, programming, or artificial intelligence. Together we explore where the overlap of the students’ background or expertise, and typography, can lead.

Guest Lecturers

Juan Carlos Pagan, Vincent Wagner

Homemade Alphabets

Dimensional Typography