TDC65 Annual Communication Design Exhibition

TDC 65 Exhibition

Oct 2020 – SASD welcomes the annual exhibition of the TDC / Type Directors Club to the Schelfhaudt Gallery for the Fall and Winter. TDC65 is the 65th competition exhibition of works collected from designers the world over, and juried by eminent graphic designers and communicators for excellence in typography and typographic communication. The exhibit comprises the best of typographic design for 2018 from over 50 countries. TDC65 also includes the results of the annual Type Design Competition.

TDC65 was showcased in 8 exhibitions that toured cities in the United States, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
TDC65 is available as Typography 40, which is available online and in bookstores.

For the Communication Design competition, there was a total of thousands of entries, from 50 countries. 253 winners were selected. The winners are included in 8 exhibitions that toured nearly 40 cities in the United States, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Indonesia, Israel, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, ailand, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam.

The Jury
Karin Fong
Leo Jung
Paulina Reyes
Ian Spalter
Annik Troxler
Zipeng Zhu
Bobby Martin, Jr., Chairman of TDC 65

In Type Design, the more intimate of the two TDC competitions, the jury selected 22 typeface design winners from over 350 entries from 38 countries.
These typeface winners are included in the Annual of the Type Directors Club, Typography 40.

The Jury
Tobias Frere-Jones
Nicole Dotin
Kristyan Sarkis
Erin McGlaughlin
Nina Stössinger, Chair

TDC65 joins the SASD Design Archives as part of the SASD permanent collection of graphic design materials, available to students and faculty for study and inspiration.

Due to COVID-19 constraints, the Schelfhaudt Gallery is available only to people authorized to enter ABC / Arnold Bernhard Center. Contact UB Security to make arrangements.

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