GRAPHIC DESIGN IN THE WHITE CUBE
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James Goggin (1975) set up his graphic design studio, Practise, in 1999 after completing an MA in Graphic Design at London’s Royal College of Art. While focusing mainly on typography and print-based projects such as art books, posters, typefaces, identities and stationery, he also works across various media, creating anything from exhibition design and signage to short films, title sequences and web sites. Goggin also has a regular output of self-initiated projects including clothing, patterns, prints and mobiles. He has lectured and given workshops at colleges and galleries in London, Brussels, Lausanne and Warsaw. Clients include Barbican Art Gallery, Tate Modern, Camden Arts Centre, Analog Baroque Records, Book Works, Channel 4, British Council and The Wire magazine. Fonts by Practise are sold through Swiss type foundry Lineto.
© 2006