Irma Boom: Making Books, Stripes and Art

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 - 23:30

The Textile Museum of Canada is pleased to present Amsterdam-based designer Irma Boom, acclaimed internationally for her innovative book and graphic design. In 2012, KnollTextiles launched Stripes, a fabric collection by the Dutch designer – Boom’s first foray into textile design. Other clients include the Rijksmuseum, the Museum of Modern Art, Vitra International, Chanel, Ferrari, OMA/Rem Koolhaas and the United Nations. Currently senior critic in graphic design at Yale University, Ms. Boom is the youngest laureate to receive the prestigious Gutenberg prize, among numerous other awards.

Advance registration is required as seating is limited. Tickets are available at 416-599-5321 x2246 or online.

Tickets: General $25; TMC Members, Patrons and Full-time students $20. Tickets available at 416-599-5321 x2246 or


Textile Museum of Canada
55 center Ave.
Toronto , ON
43° 35' 50.1936" N, 79° 31' 20.2944" W
Ontario CA
Monika Sormova

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