Ken Garland, Design Lecture Series

  • The Seattle Public Library 1000 4th Ave Seattle, WA 98104 USA

Ken Garland is a world-class British graphic designer, writer and game designer. He is well known for his anti-war campaigning in the 1960’s, as well as his First Things First manifesto, in which Garland encouraged designers to use their artistic talents for more humanitarian efforts and to shy away from consumer industries. Signed by over 400 graphic designers, the manifesto was originally released in 1964 and re-released by Adbusters in 2000.

Free event. 

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