Morag Myerscough on Type

Morag Myerscough "...notes that what used to define a graphic designer was often a flat, typographic item: 'If you did a poster that's who you were. But it's not the object or the thing, it's the understanding, knowing the nuances of the different shapes and letters and how they read or don't read. The type is the thing and that's a big part of being a graphic designer. That will go on forever'."

Morag Myserscough interviewed by John L. Walters, Eye No. 79, Spring 2011

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