Event Details

St Brides, 14 Bride Lane

London EC4Y 8EQ

27th April 2017 — 7:00pm

A Practice for Everyday Life is a London-based graphic design studio founded by Emma Thomas and Kirsty Carter in 2003. Their work includes art direction, identities, publications, exhibitions, type design, signage, packaging, and digital.
APFEL works with like-minded companies, galleries, institutions and individuals, with a research-led approach and conceptual rigour that results in meaningful and original work. Recent projects include the design of the catalogue for David Hockney’s current retrospective at Tate Britain; a new visual identity and typeface for Asia Art Archive; and the exhibition and publication design for Artangel’s exhibition Inside: Artists and Writers in Reading Prison.

They are currently working on the exhibition and book design for the forthcoming Basquiat exhibition at the Barbican Gallery, which opens this September.
Please note that this event is at St Bride’s, Fleet Street. No tickets will be available on the door. Refunds are not possible in the week before the event.

The talk starts at 7pm. Please arrive early and have a chat with us and the other guests. If you arrive late, you may not be able to get in.