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On Typography and Language in Peru



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This class will be an overview of the rich visual culture of Peru through the lens of typography and language. We’ll look at visual and written communication from pre-columbian times until the early 21st century, and explore the aesthetics of resistance, revolution, and quest for liberation which are recurrent themes in the history of Peru and Latin America.

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  • Juan Villanueva

    Juan Villanueva is a typeface designer, letterer, and educator in New York City. He grew up in Lima, Peru and Clifton, NJ. His heart is in both places and his work reflects both languages and cultures. Juan is a typeface designer at Monotype working on libr...
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