Shira Inbar "Typography is the Center of the Religious Experience"

About this episode

Shira Inbar is a designer and educator who has worked with some of the biggest names in the creative world, but still finds the time to actively pursue social justice. Rich Tu and Shira discuss her upbringing in Israel and how she helped find justice for migrant workers at a young age. Also, they talk about how typography is intimately connected to religion, how motion design is like dancing, and the Yale philosophy of design (prepare to be challenged).

About the show

First Generation Burden is a series of conversations with immigrants the children of immigrants. It is a platform to celebrate the unique and diverse immigrant population in this America. Also, it’s just a bunch of fun conversations with good people.

Rich Tu is an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. He is also first generation Filipino-American and who cares about culture and the future.

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