The subject will be The art of the Fanzine with the evening being led by Teal Triggs, Professor of Graphic Design at University College London, and author of new book ‘Fanzines’, aided by Alex Zamora (Fever Zine), Cathy Lomax (Arty), Laura Oldfield Ford (Savage Messiah) and Neil Boorman, creator of the infamous Shoreditch Twat.
Tickets are available from www.dandad.org/sharpner or on the door.
D&AD Members – Free
Non-members – £5.00
Doors open from 7pm
Holly Hall, D&AD Awards Director said “D&AD are excited to be holding a Sharp’ner on the topic of Fanzines at PopUpHOUSE.
We believe that what HOUSE Collective are striving to achieve is great news for young people in the creative industries who are starting out and we feel that the topic of Fanzines compliments the self-empowering vision of PopUpHOUSE.”
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