We kick off our Standing-Room Only Lectures with this short talk by Chris Pullman, titled above and subtitled "A personal view of the interests and influences that shaped the memorable logos, witty advertising, and insightful writing of one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century."

A former vice president of design for WGBH and a Senior Critic in Yale's graphic design program, Pullman will offer a glimpse into the studio where Paul Rand set out to make things—a space that was loaded with forensic evidence of the inspirations and influences that provided the context from which his delightful and innovative work emerged.

$10 tickets available through Eventbrite
Only thirty tickets will be made available.

Date and Time
Thursday, March 7 at 7p
Doors open at 6p for mingling.

Katherine Small Gallery
108 Beacon Street
Somerville, MA 02143 [map]

Our Standing-Room Only Lectures aim to present short talks about graphic design, typography, and collecting. The lectures are kept to about twenty minutes because—true to its name—the series takes place in our standing-room only gallery. So, wear comfortable shoes and bring a short attention span.