Everyday Graphic Design

In this brief Collision, we explore a tension between the contemporary graphic designer David Carson and the 1960s artist Jacques Villeglé, an artist Carson has never heard of. By highlighting this awkward difference between an ideal designerly intention (Carso) and a grubbier everyday reality (Villeglé), we stimulate appetites for more realist-inspired discourses of graphic design.

Co-authored with Nick Deakin.