Words at the Library

To design with words, you have to wade into them now and again. And where better for an enjoyable splash around than the 26 annual speech at the British Library. Man Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson was in fine comedy form in conversation with the equally-entertaining Martin Clarkson.

26 – the name comes from the letters in the alphabet and the subscription is twenty six quid – was started by and for people who write great business stories. Then it was infiltrated by designers like me whose mission is to get people to read them.

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