In Conversation: Alex Seago with Nigel Waymouth

Cultural historian and author Alex Seago and graphic designer, artist and one half of influential design partnership 'Hapshash and the Coloured Coat', Nigel Waymouth discuss graphic design in the age of Pop and its on-going influence.

Art Exhibition previously on at Barbican in City of London, United Kingdom.
From Friday 13 December 2013 to Friday 13 December 2013

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Published by anonymous on Tuesday 08 October 2013.
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Nigel Waymouth was a key player in the 1960s artistic scene and founded ‘Hapshash and the Coulred Coat’ with artist Michael English. Together, they created posters for Oz magazine, Pink Floyd and the UFO Club, among others, in their much-imitated psychedelic style.

Alex Seago is Dean of Communication, Arts and Social Sciences at Richmond, the American International University in London. He has a particular interest in cultural globalization, popular music and graphic design. His Oxford University Press book, Burning the Box of Beautiful Things, focuses on the relationship between graphic design, pop culture and art education in Britain during the 1950s and 1960s.

13 December 2013
Frobisher Auditorium 2