Typeface design education from Cooper Union

Art as Therapy
with Jessica Hische

Jessica Hische is an award-winning lettering artist and author. Her clients include Wes Anderson, Penguin Books, The New York Times and The USPS, who have just released the fourth stamp featuring her artwork, the 2017 Love Stamp created in collaboration with Louise Fili. In this talk, Jessica will talk about recent work, struggling to stay small in a city focused on scale, and how sometimes the only excuse you need to make art is the "selfish" pursuit of happiness.

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Tue, January 31, 2017

Where: Koret Auditorium at the San Francisco Public Library Main Branch
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA

About Jessica Hische

Jessica Hische is a lettering artist and author working in San Francisco and Brooklyn. She has had the pleasure of working for clients like Wes Anderson, The United States Postal Service, The New York Times, and Penguin Books and her work has been featured again and again in design and illustration annuals both in the US and internationally. She’s been named a Print Magazine New Visual Artist (20 under 30), one of Forbes 30 under 30 in Art and Design two years in a row, an ADC Young Gun, and a “Person to Watch” by GD USA. Aside from her illustrious client work, she has created numerous side projects including Daily Drop Cap, Should I Work for Free?, Mom This is How Twitter Works, and Don’t Fear the Internet (created along with Russ Maschmeyer), and has traveled the world speaking at conferences about her work and ideas. Her first book, In Progress, is available through Chronicle Books.