Creative Characters S3 E17: Exploring the fluorescent legacy of Baltimore's Globe Press with Allison Tipton.
For decades, the bright colors and bold type of the Globe Press formed the cultural heartbeat of Baltimore. From R&B shows and rock concerts to boxing matches and, now, something called a Deviled Egg Pageant (???), Globe’s unmistakable style shouted out a range of events and brought color and electricity to the urban landscape.
The Globe and its archive are now part of the Maryland College Institute of Art (MICA), and we sat down with Allison Tipton from MICA to discuss the living legacy of this landmark print shop.
Read more about this episode and our past guests at monotype.com/podcast
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