CCAD Hartlepool are delighted to welcome graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill on 13th March for a series of talks to students and an evening talk which will be open to the public.
Anthony is known for his persuasive, up-beat style of communication. His work is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York and has been exhibited in galleries around the world including the Barbican Art Gallery, the Walker Art Center and the Design Museum, London.
With an incredible bibliography, it is worth checking out his books in advance of his talk!
- 2017 Make It Now! Creative inspiration and the art of getting things done, Penguin Random House
- 2015 How Posters Work, Ellen Lupton, Distributed Art Publishers
- 2015 Type: New Perspectives in Typography, Williams/Kubel, Laurence King
- 2015 People of Print: Innovative, Independent Design and Illustration, Smith/Cooke, Thames & Hudson
- 2015 Design Genius: The Ways and Workings of Creative Thinkers, Ambrose/Harris, Bloomsbury
- 2013 I Like It. What Is It? 30 Posters by Anthony Burrill, Laurence King
- 2012 British Posters: Advertising, Art and Activism, Catherine Flood, V&A
- 2012 Advertising For People Who Don’t Like Advertising, KesselsKramer, Laurence King
- 2011 Graphic Design: Now in Production, Walker Art Center
- 2011 Function, Restraint and Subversion in Typography, Princeton Architectural Press
- 2010 RGB: Reviewing Graphics in Britain, Actar
- 2009 The Worst Hotel in the World, Hans Brinker Budget Hotel, Booth-Clibborn Editions
- 2004 Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design since the Sixties, edited by Rick Poynor, Laurence King
- 2003 World Without Words, Michael Evamy, Laurence King
- 2001 Zines: DIY Publishing, edited by Liz Farrelly, Booth-Clibborn Editions
- 2001 Specials, compiled by Scarlet Projects and Bump, Booth-Clibborn Editions
- 2001 Pen and Mouse, edited by Angus Hyland, Laurence King
- 2001 Restart: New Systems in Graphic Design, Christian Küsters & Emily King, Thames & Hudson
The event which is open to the public, starts at 6pm for drinks and networking and the talk will commence between 6:45pm and 7pm.