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Typeclinic 5th International Type design Workshop

Type design workshop held in Trenta, Slovenia, from August 19-26, 2012, which used to be called Tipo Renesansa in previous versions. The following typefaces were fully or partially developed at the workshop under the mentorship of Tomato Kosir:

  • Anja Schwendenwein: Oachakatzerl. This is an angular serif typeface inspired by linguistic contrasts, in particular the sharpness and softness of the German language as spoken in Austria.
  • Diana Ovezea: Paige Italic. This body text typeface is based on a previous display typeface.
  • Kevin van Reenen: Ishumi Nanye. This sans serif typeface was created for the road sign system of South Africa. It uses the triangular shape of the South African flag for huge ink-traps.
  • Marianne Riegelnegg: Janis Book.
  • Marija Rnjak: Prouge. This is described as a soft didone that is best for titling, but can be successfully used also in smaller sizes down to 12 pt.
  • Marijana Orsolic: Nioki. This humanist sans comes in several weights.
  • Theresa Radlingmaier: Poldi. Poldi is a modern typeface with a calligraphic character.
  • Verena Manyet: Pandora. This work is a continuation of a slightly rounded sans serif typeface she started earlier. This titling typeface offers art nouveau, Bauhaus and avant-garde style capital letters.

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