Sold Out - Graphic Design In Transit presented by Open House New York

The relationship between graphic design and New York’s transportation system has had an undeniable impact on millions of New Yorkers and visitors alike. From Massimo Vignelli and Unimark’s original graphic standards manual and vision for the New York City Transit Authority - now recognized as one of the most comprehensive–and celebrated–transit graphics systems in the world - to NYCDOT’s more recent citywide installation of the WalkNYC kiosks, graphic design has played a central role in the experience of New York City transit.

Open House New York led a special conversation with Michael Bierut, Partner, Pentagram, Hamish Smyth, Partner, Order, and Wendy Feuer, Assistant Commissioner Urban Design + Art + Wayfinding, NYCDOT, on the legacy of transit graphics and the process of designing environmental way-finding systems to enhance the pedestrian experience in the age of hyper technology.

This program is part of The Moving City: Transportation Infrastructures of New York, a year-long series of tours, conversations and debates about the future of transportation and mobility in New York City. Major support has been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and matching gifts from our 2019 Spring Benefit donation challenge supporters.

July 17, 2019
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
$5 - $15
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