MIT Museum

Typography didn’t end with Helvetica: Much has changed since 1957, especially the tools available to graphic designers. Types We Can Make: A Selection of Contemporary Swiss Type Design, now at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Museum’s Compton Gallery, showcases Swiss typography today and examines how it has changed. Young designersall of whom graduated from Switzerland’s University of Art and Design Lausanne—show off new fonts, while the influence of open-source design and new technology is explored through posters, magazines, corporate identities, and interactive projects. Through Feb. 25.