Millcraft and Sappi are excited to present a unique opportunity to engage with design legend, Kit Hinrichs.
Kit Hinrichs will take you on a journey through his illustrious career, discussing his recently published book, “Narrative Design: A 50-Year Perspective". This is a chance to gain insights into the evolution of design over the past half-century and hear about the creative process from one of the industry's most celebrated figures.
In addition, Kit will delve into his work with Sappi, a collaboration that has spanned years and resulted in groundbreaking projects. He'll also share insights into their latest endeavor, "Standard no#7- Packaging Perspectives.”
All attendees will receive a copy of the Standard #7
Date: November 14th
Time: 1:30 to 2:30 PM ET
Location: Virtual Event
This event is open to all design enthusiasts and professionals. To register, please visit the Registration Page
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to gain insights from a design icon and learn about the creative process behind some of the industry's most iconic work. We look forward to your participation in this engaging conversation with Kit Hinrichs!
Kit Hinrichs served as principal in several design offices in New York and San Francisco and spent 23 years as a partner of Pentagram before opening Studio Hinrichs in 2009. His design experience incorporates a wide range of projects, including brand development, promotion, packaging, environmental graphics, editorial, and exhibition design. He is also a noted American Flag collector and founder of the Stars & Stripes Foundation.
Kit’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Denver Museum of Art, and the Letterform Archive. In addition to authoring “Narrative Design,” he has co-authored five books, including “Typewise,” “Long May She Wave,” and “The Pentagram Papers.” He co-founded @issue: The Journal of Business and Design. Kit has chaired the AIGA California Show (the first regional show in AIGA’s 100-year history), the AIGA Business Conference, and the San Francisco Design Lecture Series. He is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale and an AIGA medalist.