Lunch Talks

Mike Perry

Designer, Artist
March 4, 2011

A bearded man wearing glasses stands against a plain white background. He has a serious expression, and his striped, button-up shirt has a pen in the chest pocket. He stands with his hands on his hips.

Mike Perry is a designer and artist who works in a variety of mediums, including books, magazines, newspapers, clothing, drawing, painting, and illustration. Perry works regularly for a number of editorial and commercial clients including Apple, The New York Times, Dwell, Target, Urban Outfitters, eMusic, and Nike.

In addition to his commercial, non-profit, and art work, Perry has also published extensively. His first book, Hand Job, published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2006, focuses specifically on the relevance and beauty of hand-drawn type in the digital age. Over and Over: A Catalog of Hand-drawn Patterns (Fall 2008), explores the similarly nuanced texture, humor, and elegance of illustrative patterns.

  • A laptop on a desk displays a colorful screen promoting a "Mike Perry Lunch Talk" scheduled for March 4th at 1 pm. The desk also has a calculator, some cables, and a coffee tumbler, with a brick wall and organized documents in the background.
  • A person with glasses and a beard stands in front of a colorful, abstract geometric pattern projected onto a wall, which also reflects onto their face and clothing. The individual is wearing a gray button-up shirt and stands against the vibrant backdrop.
  • A hand holds a colorful, illustrated brochure with vibrant, abstract designs and text. Part of another similar brochure is visible on top. The background shows an orange chair and part of a wooden floor.
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