Rudolf Koch (1876-1934) designed Kabel, Neuland, Koch Antiqua (AKA Eve), and over a dozen other typefaces. He was a seminal figure in the twentieth century revival of calligraphy, an author and private press printer, and a revered and influential teacher. This talk will cover the work of Koch and his collaborators in the Offenbacher Werkstatt, including students Berthed Wolpe and Warren Chappell, in a high-definition show and tell from the extensive Koch collection at Letterform Archive.
Date and Time
The Rose Auditorium, in Cooper Union's New Academic Building
41 Cooper Square (at East 7th Street)
New York, NY 10003