Vignelli Center Lecture: Peter Laundy

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Peter Laundy

Lecture title: "A Personal Path Forward in Design"

Laundy studied at Princeton University and the Yale School of Art. From 1978-1985 Laundy designed corporate identities and architectural graphics at Vignelli Associates, and then until 1995 at his firm Laundy Rogers Design, he co-designed with Massimo the books Graphic Design for Non-Profit Organizations, and About Time for Champion Papers. He also did work for the launch of the IBM PC.

A Chicago firm, founded by Jay Doblin, brought Vignelli Associates and Laundy Rogers Design to help clients such as Xerox, Aetna and Steelcase to invent their futures. Laundy joined Doblin and focused on user experience concepts. He taught graphic design at the Institute of Design, IIT, and in 2014 he left Doblin to concentrate his efforts supporting restorative agriculture, writing, and designing websites and dynamic diagram design.

Josh Owen
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When and Where
October 27, 2016
All Day
Room/Location: University Gallery (second floor)

Open to the Public

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