GRAPHIC MEANS: A History of Graphic Design Production
USA, 2017, Briar Levit
This new documentary explores how graphic design production was accomplished before the advent of the desktop computer almost three decades ago. From the 1950s and into the 1990s, it took some ingenious analog machines and tools, and skilled hands, to marry images and type on meticulously prepared paste-up boards that were delivered to the printer. This fascinating overview by art instructor Briar Levit remembers this vanished moment in design history.
Cleveland premiere. DVD. 90 min. Screening co-sponsored by AIGA Cleveland, Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group (CDPUG), and the Northern Ohio Illustrators Society (NOIS). AIGA, CDPUG, and NOIS members $7.
Free parking is available in Lots 73, 74, and CIA Annex Lot. Enter building through Entrance C. Handicap parking is available in Lot 73. Entrance A will also be open for those who park elsewhere or take public transit.
The Meeting After the Meeting
The Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group will celebrate our 30th Anniversary afterwards. Join us at the Happy Dog Euclid Tavern (across the street) from 8:30 - ? Members and non-members welcome. Partygoers will need to order their own drinks and food. Sorry, no pizza, but there will be lots of Happy Dogs. 😉 Show your CDPUG name badge at the door or mention that you are with CDPUG to get in free. We will meet downstairs in the Underdog Bar.