Born into a world of division.
A logo created a century late.
The most influential, least known adman & The issues we face today.
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Dan Rhatigan, renowned typographer, talks about the origins of Century Schoolbook and why it was chosen as the the typeface for the Valenstein & Fatt logo.
Trevor Phillips OBE examines diversity in today's advertising industry and discusses why he believes we need to be even more open and progressive in our thinking.
Mary Ghiorsi, Grey’s archivist, paints a picture of the industry in the 1920s and considers what led Larry and Arthur to conceal their true identities.
John Valenstein, Larry's son, provides a rare glimpse into
the character of one of advertising's most influential but least known forefathers.