Lubalin Now Exhibition at the Cooper Union

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I visited New York last week, just in time to attend the opening reception of the Lubalin Now exhibition at the Cooper Union.

The place was incredibly packed with ladies and gents in polychromatic garb, chatting about type with a nice drink in their hand. It was interesting to see the work of contemporary designers, such as Jessica Hische,  Brett Macfadden, Justin Thomas Kay, Deanne Cheuk, and HunterGatherer, juxtaposed against Lubalin’s original works.

If you’re in or around New York anytime soon, I highly recommend checking out the exhibit.

Exhibition On View

November 5, 2009 – December 8, 2009

The Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square Gallery [ MAP ]
This event is free and open to the public.

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Also worth checking: Herb Lubalin Archives.

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Fantastic show.

this is awesome!!! I love the inspiration. it must have been real nice to be there.

patrick |

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WOW! Amazing work! Wish I would have made the trip from Chicago.

LouMedel |

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Incredible! Unlikely I’ll get to see the show, so thanks for putting up the pics Dave!

Thank Grace. She took all the pics. I didn’t get a chance to go. I wish I did though, it looks like it was a great show!

No prob Dave! The show was really awesome, and I have more photos if you’re interested!

Wow, looks like a great exhibition. Sad, that here in Thailand, we don’t have this kind of thing to attend to.

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