Warren Taylor

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Warren Taylor is a lecturer in Communication Design at MADA (Monash Art Design and Architecture) and founder of The Narrows - a curatorial project interested in the convergence of art and design.

Since 2006, The Narrows has presented exhibitions by distinguished graphic designers such as Ronald Clyne, Experimental Jetset, John Melin, Rogerio Duarte, Peter Brotzmann, Les Mason and Karel Martens.

Taylor has designed publications for artists such as Jon Campbell, Matt Hinkley, Bianca Hester, Marco Fusinato, Nicholas Mangan and Elizabeth Newman as well as initiating a series of printworkshops as a platform for artists and designers to connect through the medium of print. He recently edited and designed MIFF60 - a publication tracing the history of graphic design for the Melbourne Film Festival and was a keynote speaker at the international conference Graphic Design, Exhibiting, Curating at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.

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  • The Narrows

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  • The Narrows
  • Australian Graphic Design