Wednesday, April 15 @ 12 – 1pm
ONLINE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Typographer, maker, and design educator, Taekyeom Lee, will present a virtual artist talk of his artwork, students’ works, and recent works produced during the pandemic while working in a home studio, featuring his garage studio tour and how to work with 3D printing at home. Taekyeom will also demonstrate how to use Rhino and Grasshopper3d, and order self-designed products from the 3D printing service company Shapeways.
Sign up is required to attend, email Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Yeohyun Ahn at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taekyeom is currently an Assistant professor of Graphic Design at Illinois State University. His research explores unconventional methods of creating tangible type, graphics, and even designed objects with materials and techniques unique to typography and graphic design. He infuses 3D printing into his research and has been experimenting with various digital methods and materials in 3D printing. He has presented at national and international conferences, including ATypI, ISEA, TypeCon, AIGA DEC, and NCECA. His work has been featured in various publications, including Communication Arts, Make Magazine, New York magazine, Now This News, Art Insider, and Core 77.