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Juan Carlos Pagan ~ Love Buckets

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Museum of Arts and Design

2 Columbus Circle

New York, NY 10019

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Learnings through a visual journey

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Juan Carlos Pagan (designer, typographer, and co-founder of Sunday Afternoon), takes us into a closer look at his body of work highlighting visual elements that have impacted him throughout the course of his life and creative journey.

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Juan Carlos Pagan is a New York based Designer, Typographer, and Creative Director. He received his BFA from Parsons School of Design in 2006, and completed his postgraduate studies in typeface design at The Cooper Union in 2011. Some of his clients include Nike, Google, The New York Times, ESPN, Variety Magazine, Pinterest, Smirnoff, and Under Armour. Juan has been honored for his work by The Type Directors Club, Communication Arts, The ADC, One Show, Graphis, Cannes Lions, Clios, Fastco, and Print Magazine among others. In 2013 Juan received The prestigious Art Directors Club Young Gun Award, That same year he was named the top of Adweek‘s Talent 100, and was subsequently nominated for Print Magazines New Visual Artist 20 Under 30. In 2018, he received the Type Directors Club Ascenders Award which recognizes the work of designers who are 35 years of age and under for their remarkable achievement in design, typography, type design, and lettering. He is currently the founding partner and Executive Creative Director of Sunday Afternoon. He previously held Head of Design and Creative Director positions at, 72andSunny NY, Deutsch NY, and DDB NY. Juan serves on the Board of Director for the Type Directors Club.

Event Series: Design Spotlight

Love Buckets, is part of the Design Spotlight series. These events are traditional events that feature designers or creative thinking sharing top of mind breakout work.

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