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David Pearson: An Acceptable Level of Miscommunication

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Other than music packaging, book covers are perhaps the only form of design where ambiguity is not only deemed acceptable but highly prized.

David will run through his own attempts at activating reader interpretation through whispering, withholding and even misrepresenting key information.

NCAD to host a lecture by renowned Graphic Designer and A.G.I. member David Pearson. David specialises in print design where typography is the principle form of expression.

David has been listed as one of Britain’s Top 50 Designers by the Guardian, named by Debrett’s as one of Britain’s 500 most influential people and was appointed Royal Designer for Industry in 2015.

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  • Wheelchair access and toilets available

Inclusivity by its very nature challenges norms and boundaries. It also asks us to broaden our minds and adapt to the unusual. Considering the crises we are facing in the next few decades, that is a skill set we are going to need more than ever.

Tom Watts

DCCI Head of Design | Programme Director

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