Other Means is the graphic design studio of Gary Fogelson, Phil Lubliner, and Ryan Waller. Recent clients include ICA Philadelphia, Goethe Institut New York, Retrospective Gallery, Ludlow 38, Museum of Arts and Design, and The New York Times. In addition to their client work they teach in the graduate and undergraduate communication design departments at Pratt Institute; have been lecturers and visiting critics at California Institute of Arts, Parsons, Rhode Island School of Design, SVA and Yale School of Art; and co-run Primetime, a non-commercial project space in Brooklyn's Donut District (DoDi). [from New York Typography Summer School]
Notes from the lecture //
_ Interested in everyday typography done be amateurs
_ Other Means reject the idea of the 'Crystal Goblet', being more in favour of the 'regional dialect'
_ Accent and dialects
_ Overt prestige (how you are suppose to speak), covert prestige (accepted in regions) and prestige borrowing (adapting)