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Silesiana 2006 [Ewa Satalecka]

Silesiana 2006 is a project that involves a typeface designed in Poland after World War II. Supported by the government of Silesia (Poland), the (re)creators are Artur Frankowski (Warsaw), a type designer from the digital era, and Henryk Sakwerda (Katowice), a pre-digital typographer and calligrapher. The result is a gorgeous calligraphic typeface. To celebrate this, a free (!) conference was held on November 15, 2006, at The Castle of Enterprise and Art in Cieszyn and The Silesian Library in Katowice. Speakers include Artur Frankowski, Gerry Leonidas, Verena Gerlach and Filip Blazek. See also Ewa Satalecka's announcement. See also here.

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file name: Artur Frankowski Henryk Sawerda Silesiana 2006


file name: Artur Frankowski Henryk Sawerda Silesiana 2006b







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