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James Victore Is A Sellout?

James Victore Is A Sellout?

Yep, James has indeed turned his back on the amazing social and political work that made him famous and is now doing what he said graphic design shouldn't do: sell socks.
At the Gap. He's there right now.

Ok, not really.
But what IS on the verge of selling out is James' Speakeasy talk next Monday evening.

For a sample of the shy and reserved man behind the work being considered for the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection in November click here. (directed by Hillman Curtis).

James likes to think of graphic design as a club with spikes.
Come have a cocktail and see him use it Monday night at 7 p.m.!

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