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In Part 2 of our conversation with Tré Seals and Kwesi Amuti, we dig a little deeper into what it means to dedicate yourself to the craft of type design. Taking a look at family and the cultural changes around type design, we think about the future of type design.
Talking Type continues with the first of a two-part conversation with Tré Seals and Kwesi Amuti, two Black type designers in conversation about cultural appropriation and how to be heard in the design industry.
In our new interview series, Talking Type, we’re discussing type design and representation with Black designers. First up: Tré Seals.
We’re wrapping up our two-part series with a conversation with the extremely talented Tré Seals. His specialties lie in branding and illustration, but Tré is also a fantastic typographer.
The interview starts off with Tré describing how he got interested in design, and talks about his time at Stevenson University (where he learned from one our former guests, Andrea Pippins). Tré also talks about his company, Vocal Type Co., and we get into a discussion on typography and fonts as he talks about the project he’d most love to do one day. You’re definitely going to want to keep an eye out for Tré Seals!
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