Jeffery Keedy was in Battle Creek in 1957. He is an American graphic designer, type designer, writer and educator. He is also known for the design of Keedy Sans, a typeface acquired in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in 2011. He is famous for an essayist and contributor to books and periodicals on graphic design.
Keedy graduated from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1985. Keedy has been teaching design at the California Institute of the Arts since 1985. Keedy was also a frequent contributor to Emigre magazine for twenty years. Jeffery’s designs and essays have been published in Eye, I.D., Emigre, Critique, Idea, Adbusters, Looking Closer One and Two, Faces on the Edge: Type in the Digital Age, New Design: Los Angeles and The Education of a Graphic Designer.
Jeffery Keedy has also created his own fonts/typefaces. His typeface Keedy Sans was designed in 1989 is distributed. He has also designed a Hard Times typeface which is similar to Times New Roman. In the mid 1980's he was a believer of the view that design should be looked at as a cultural practice connected to themes of popular culture than a problem solving one. Jeffery Keedy works for the Program in Graphic Design at California Institute of the Arts. He is known for as an educator, writer, and type designer. Keedy designs and essays have been published in the books The 20th Century Poster: Design of the Avant Garde, Twentieth-century Type, Typography Now: the Next Wave, and The New Discourse: Cranbrook Design and periodicals such as Eye, I.D., Emigre, HOW, Design Quarterly, Design, Fuse, and Print, and in
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