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Lance Wyman

Lance Wyman, New York based environmental graphic designer, is a specialist in branding and way finding systems for public spaces. His graphic system, undertaken when he was just 29 years old, for the Mexico 1968 Olympic games is cited as one of the most successful in the evolution of visual identification.


Lance followed up with systems for the Mexico City Metro and the Mexico World Cup ‘70 before returning to New York in 1971.
Lance then teamed up with Bill Cannan, his fellow student at the Pratt Institute, for nine successful years before he started his own office in 1979. Stand out projects include the Minnesota Zoo, Washington DC Metro, pedestrian skywalks in the cities of Calgary and Edmonton, Canada and the American Museum of Natural History, NY. His current projects include way finding systems for the St George Station, Long Island Ferry Terminal, the Brooklyn Arena and the city of Santa Fe.
Lance has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, the Louvre, the Smithsonian Institute and the Poster Museum of Warsaw.
Lance Wyman’s website is at http://www.lancewyman.com/


Speaker(s):

Lance Wyman | talks

 

Date and Time:

22 November 2006 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Logan Hall
Bedford Way
London
WC1H 0AL


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Organised by:

D&AD
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Tickets:

£15

Available from:

Claire Gates on 0207 840 1127

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