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Past conferences on type design
The X. Tage der Typografie (or: typohochzehn) were held from 22-25 May 2008 at the Institut für Bildung, Medien und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany. Speakers included Indra Kupferschmid (workshop on titling), Jan Middendorp (ten years type design), Paul van der Laan (pixel font workshop), Renate Dölzer and Angelika Götz (calendar design workshop), Tanja Huckenbeck and Peter Reichard (poster workshop), and Ralf de Jong (book design). [Google] [More] ⦿
The XI. Tage der Typografie were held from 9-11 October 2009 in Düsseldorf, with the cooperation of Akademie Druck+Medien NRW and Mediencommunity 2.0. The head honchos are Tanja Huckenbeck and Peter Reichard. [Google] [More] ⦿
The XII. Tage der Typografie were held from 5-7 November 2010 in Düsseldorf, with the cooperation of Akademie Druck+Medien NRW. The head honchos are Tanja Huckenbeck and Peter Reichard. Speakers include Victor Malsy (Willich), Mathieu Lommen (Amsterdam) and Alessio Leonardo (Berlin). [Google] [More] ⦿
The XIII. Tage der Typografie were held from 11-13 November 2011 in Düsseldorf, with the cooperation of Akademie Druck+Medien NRW. The head honchos were Tanja Huckenbeck and Peter Reichard. Speakers included Andrea Schmidt and Uta Schneider. [Google] [More] ⦿
The "21. Bundestreffen des Forum Typografie" took place in Hannover, Germany, from 11-13 June 2004. Speakers include Underware, Tarek Atrissi, Ruedi Baur, Andreas Maxbauer, Hermann Lúbbe und Walter Hellmann. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type design meeting at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany, from 23-25 February 2007. Speakers include Philippe Apeloig, Johannes Bergerhausen, Hans Rudolf Bosshard, Dieter Gorny, Luc(as) De Groot, Hans-Jürg Hunziker, Paul van der Laan, Uwe Loesch, Georg Salden, Fred Smeijers, and Kurt Weidemann. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, June 24-29, 2004, organized and hosted by the University of Macedonia. Speakers include Jacques André, Jannis Androutsopoulos, Michalis Arfaras, Dimitris Arvanitis, Christina Banou, Nicolas Barker, Petr van Blokland, Neville Brody, Petra Cerne Oven, Costis Dallas, Simon Daniels, Milena Dobreva, Mary Dyson, Peter Enneson, Shelley Gruendler, Justin Howes, John Hudson, Lampros Kalampoukas, Peter Karow, Robin Kinross, Kevin Larson, David Lemon, Gerry Leonidas, Erik van Blokland and Just van Rossum, Jason Lewis, Stephan Lubell, Piero De Macchi, Alan Marshall, Klimis Mastoridis, George Matthiopoulos, James Mosley, Maria Nicholas, Hrant Papazian, Jean-François Porchez, Manolis Savidis, Triantafyllos Sklavenitis, Andreas Sophocleous, Richard Southall, Erik Spiekermann, Charis Tsevis, Michael Twyman, Vangelio Tzanetatou, Gerard Unger, Karel van der Waarde and Evripides Zantides. Report by Toby Thain. Pictures by Jan Middendorp. Pictures by J.-F. Porchez. See also here. [Google] [More] ⦿
Two day meeting on January 19-20 2005 at the Fachhochschule Dortmund (Germany) organized by Stefan Claudius. Speakers: Dirk Uhlenbrock (Signalgrau), Natascha Dell (Fontzine), Joerg Hemker (Herr Hemker), Verena Gerlach (Frau Gerlach), Peter Bruhn (Fountain), Joost Korngold, Walter Pamminger, Peter Bilak (Typotheque), 3deluxe, Underware. [Google] [More] ⦿
The "6. Tage der Typografie" were held from 10-13 June 2004 at the Institut für Bildung, Medien und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany. In German. Speakers include Peter Reichard (on stencil types), Ingo Krepinsky, Etienne Giradet (on typo-voyeurs), and Gabine Heinze and Michael Touma (on star symbols). [Google] [More] ⦿
The "7. Tage der Typografie" were held from 26-29 May 2005 at the Institut für Bildung, Medien und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany. In German. Speakers include Ralf de Jong, Kai Büschl, Peter Reichard, Tanja Huckenbeck, Ingo Krepinsky, Stefan Krömer, and Gabine Heinze. [Google] [More] ⦿
The 9. Tage der Typografie was held from 7-10 June 2007 at the Institut für Bildung, Medien und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany. The theme is Noblesse oblique. Speakers include the Typonauten (Ingo Krepinsky and Stefan Krömer), Dan Reynolds, and the Spatium people (Tanja Huckenbeck and Peter Reichard). Alternate URL. [Google] [More] ⦿
Ampersand The Web Typography Conference took place on June 17, 2011, in Brighton, UK. The main speakers were Vincent Connare, David Berlow, Tim Brown, John Daggett, Mark Porter, and Jon Tan. Ampersand is presented by Clearleft. [Google] [More] ⦿
Report by yours truly of the 45th ATypI meeting held in Copenhagen from September 20-23, 2001. Dean Allen's report. Programme and CVs of the speakers. John Berry's report. Joachim Müller-Lancé's report. Report by Chester of Thirstype. [Google] [More] ⦿
Report by yours truly of the 46th ATypI meeting held in Rome from September 19-22, 2002. Bread and circuses: on-line report by Mark Barratt and Ben Weiner. From an ATypI Board's member: John Berry's report. Jill Bell's pictures. Joachim Müller-Lancé's picture report and text report. Jef Tombeur's report (in French). Michail Semoglou's report. Luciano Perondi's report (English version). [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2003 was held in Vancouver from 24-28 September 2003. The theme was "Between Text and Reader". Pictures by Frank Jonen. Report by John Berry. Pictures by Gary Munch. Pictures by Gisela Will. Keith Tam's pictures. Zara Evens' pictures. Grant Hutchinson's pics at the Emily Carr campus. Pictures and a superb report by Joe Clark who destroys Bringhurst's book and presentation (for those on third world browsers like mine, this wonderful piece is unreadable, so I cludged together this). Adam Twardoch's report. See also here. [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2004 was held in Prague from 30 September-3 October 2004. ATypI's own newsletter. Report by yours truly. Picture report by yours truly. Pictures by J.-F. Porchez. More pictures by J.-F. Porchez. Report by Dan Reynolds. Pictures by Richard Kegler. Laurence Penney's pictures. Pictures by Ryan Pescatore Frisk. Report by John Berry. Pictures by Letterror. Pictures by Diederik Corvers. Tony De Marco's pictures. Lettering in Prague by Robert Kravjanszki. Ilya Ruderman's extensive picture report (in Russian), continued here. Vera Evstafieva's report of the Type Tech Forum (in Russian). Pictures by Erik Van Blokland. Report and pictures by Andrzej Leraczyk. Report and pictures by Filip Blazek and Pavel Zelenka. [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2006 was held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 27 September-1 October 2006 on the theme Typographical Journeys. Mario Feliciano was the main organizer. Luc's report. Picture report by Dan Reynolds. One by Jean-Baptiste Levée. Pictures at Flickr. Pictures by Dan Rhatigan. Van Lancker's pictures. A French report with pics by Jean-Baptiste Levée. His pictures. General Flickr site. Pics by Rob Keller. Roger Black's pic of Spiekermann. Oleg Koshe's pics of Verena Gerlach's talk. Tagir Safaev's pics of the newspaper design track. Oleg Koshe's pics of Massimo Vignelli and François Chastanet and Spiekermann's main talk. Comments and links by Dan Reynolds. Lisbon Letters by Jerrold Maddox (Penn State University). Oleg Koshe's report on Kindel&Smeijers. Brief report by Ana Sabino. Pictures by Birx. Henrique Nardi's shots. Ukrainian report (+pics) by Victor Kharyk. Pics by Protype. Pics by Vera Estafieva. Pictures by Iria Cunha (and many transparencies of talks). Yves Peters comments. letters.sdu (VinOlga, Annette) shows a collection of Lisbon street lettering images. See also the fontme site for Lisbon stree lettering. The student volunteers have their own photographs on Picasa: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2006 Type Tech presentations in PDF format by Thomas Phinney (Adobe) and some others. More specifically:
ATypI 2007 was held at the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at the University of Brighton in Brighton, UK, from 12-16 september 2007. Keynote presentations by Richard Hollis, Humphrey Stone, David Crow, Ken Garland, James Mosley, Matthew Carter, and Michael Harvey. Speakers: Andy Altmann, Bill Baggett, Lynne Joddrell Baggett, Phil Baines, Ebru Baranseli, Chinmay Battacharya, John D. Berry, Anne McLaren Boddington, Karl Rose Cesta, Karen Cheng, Joe Clark, Catherine Dixon, Alessandro Fiore, Gerald Fleuss, Artur Frankowski, Fritz Grögel, George Hardie, Florian J. Hardwig, Andy Haslam, Xurxo Insua Pardo, Pouya Jahanshahi, Viktor Kharyk, Richard Kindersley, Akira Kobayashi, Eiichi Kono, Kevin Larson, David Lemon, Alessio Leonardi, Edna Lucia Cunha Lima, Oliver Linke, Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley, Tanja Madved, Thomas Maier, George Matthiopoulos, Sarah McCoy, Yaki Molcho, Klementina Mozina, Caglar Okur, Thomas Phinney, Albert-Jan Pool, Jean-François Porchez, Ieuan Rees, Ole Schaefer, Juliet Shen, Sumner Stone, Keith Chi-Hang Tam, Ipek Torun, Michele Wong Kung Fong and Masayuki Yamamoto. Report by J.-F. Porchez. Flickr picture report. Videos of the talks:
ATypI 2007 was held at the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at the University of Brighton in Brighton, UK, from 12-16 september 2007. Its TypeTech section was reported on by Christophe Badani here. Since it is in French, I will loosely translate it for my readers:
ATypI 2008 was held at the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, from September 17-21 around the theme The Old The New. Russian web site. Unfortunately, every non-Russian needs a visum and an itinerary and list of reservations---I hope that ATypI avoids countries with such state control restrictions in the future (and this includes some Western countries as well). I regretfully skip this interesting meeting and will miss the following speakers: Tim Ahrens | Yomar Augusto | Ken Barber | John D. Berry | Roger Black | Frank E. Blokland | Robert Bringhurst | David Brezina | Nadine Chahine | Anna Chaykovskaya | Petr Petrovich Chobytko | Si Daniels | Susanne Dechant | Alexey Dombrovskiy | Timothy Donaldson | John Downer | Olga Florenskaya | Irina Fomenko | J. Victor Gaultney | Yuri Gherchuk | Maxim Gurbatov | Ted Harrison | Denis Moyogo Jacquerye | Bengisu Kelesoglu | Jerry Kelly | Dmitry Kirsanov | Akira Kobayashi | Attila Korap | Alexandra Korolkova | Tal Leming | Gerry Leonidas | Hakon Wium Lie | Paul Luna | Klimis Mastoridis | George D. Matthiopoulos | Thomas Milo | Titus Nemeth | Heidrun Osterer | Thomas Phinney | Peter Rosenfeld | Tagir Safayev | Jose Scaglione | Nick Shinn | Anna Shmeleva | Eben Sorkin | Erik Spiekermann | Konstantin Startsev | Keith Chi-hang Tam | pek Torun | Adam Twardoch | Typophile | Gerard Unger | Karin von Ompteda | Jürgen Willrodt | Emil Yakupov | Yuri Yarmola | Vladimir Yefimov | Pascal Zoghbi. Reports: Flickr group, Yanek Iontef's pictures. Oleg Koshelets's pictures and mini-report (in Russian). Daria Dombrovskaya's shots. Elaa Maanpaossa. Olga Ru on the TDC exhibition. Yarullina's shots. Fredrik Andersson's detailed report. Yves Peters' report (see also here). Shots by Ekaterina Kochkina. Ilya Ruderman on Yomar Augusto's calligraphy workshop. A Swedish report. [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2009 was organized by Ricardo Salas and Roger Black in Mexico City, 26-30 October 2009, and had as theme The Heart of the letter. This week-long event consisted of two days of workshops and small events held at Anáhuac University's hilltop campus, and three days at MIDE in the Centro Histórico, the historic center of the city. Program. Flickr site. Twitter. The Faces of ATypI by Laurence Penney is a beautiful sepia photo collection of mug shots. Pics by Eli Castellanos. Report by Jean-Baptiste Levée. Jan Middensorp's pictures about the Balduino/Ietswaart event. Eben Sorkin's pictures. Henrique Nardi's photographs. The FontFont set of pictures. Luc's report. [Google] [More] ⦿
ATypI 2010 was organized by Clare Bell and Mary Ann Bolger in Dublin, Ireland. It took place in Dublin Castle [credit: Richard Rutter] and at the Dublin Institute of Technology at Mountjoy Square, from September 8-12. The logo of the meeting was designed by Clare Bell and Dara Ní Bheacháin. Reports and/or photographs: Dan Reynolds, Yves Peters, Nina Stössinger (who organized the Flickr pool), Yves Peters on the keynote addresses. [Google] [More] ⦿
The 2011 ATypI conference took place in Reykjavik, Iceland, from September 14-18, 2011, at the Harpa Concert Hall. The theme was the letter eth. This may well have been the first ATypI meeting in which the host country's President addressed the assembly. The local organizing team was led by Gunnar Vilhjalmsson and Hörðu Lárusson, and the conference was supported by the Association of Icelandic Graphic Designers, the Icelandic Academy of the Arts, and the Icelandic Design Center. The ATypI Reykjavík logo was designed by Birna Geirfinnsdóttir, using the typeface Frijky by Neelakash Kshetrimayum. Program. The stratospheric registration fee of 895 USD ensures that ATypI survives for another year---it has nothing to do with the actual expenses of the meeting.
Speakers: Mark Barratt, Sofie Beier, Clare Bell, Aaron Bell, Frederik Berlaen, David Berlow, John D Berry, Filip Blazek, Frank Blokland, Mary Ann Bolger, Gunnlaugur Briem, Nadine Chahine, Nathan Davis, Jo De Baerdemaeker, Timothy Donaldson, Michael Duggan, Steen Ejlers, Michael Everson, Steinar Ingi Farestveit, Victor Gaultney, Frank Griesshammer, Hanna Hakala, Theodore Harrison, Ralf Herrmann, Robert Hillier, Otmar Hoefer, Richard Kegler, Eric Kindel, Christoph Knoth, Atilla Korap, Neelakash Kshetrimayum, Indra Kupferschmid, Hanif Kureshi, Johannes Kuester, Marcus Leis Allion, Gerry Leonidas, Raph Levien, Gudmundur Oddur Magnusson, Steve Matteson, Dermot McGuinne, Thomas Milo, Meta Newhouse, Toshi Omagari, Sarah Owens, Thomas Phinney, Rathna Ramanathan, Daniel Reynolds, Daniel Rhatigan, Peter Rosenfeld, Nadine Rossa, Zachary Scheuren, Dawn Shaikh, Nick Sherman, Vaibhav Singh, Christopher Slye, Fred Smeijers, Mirjam Somers, Sridhar Srikantham, Mathew Staunton, Claus Soerensen, Marc Tobias Kunisch, Gunnar Vilhjalmsson, Ian Watson, Torben Wilhelmsen, Jurgen Willrodt, Onur Yazicigil, Pascal Zoghbi, Carolina de Bartolo, Hyun Guk Ryu, Anton Kaldal Agustsson. Not one Latin American---what is going on? Can we have the next meeting in Argentina or Brazil?
ATypI 2012 was held at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hotel Icon in Kowloon from 10-14 October 2012. The conference was hosted by the School of Design of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The main organizer was Keith Tam.
ATypI 2013 was held in Amsterdam from 9-13 October 2013. The theme was Point Counter Point. Its graphic identity was designed by Studio Dumbar.
The 83 speakers: Peter Bain, Rob Banham, Mark Barratt, Rob Becker, Donald Beekman, Sofie Beier, Aaron Bell, John D Berry, Ann Bessemans, Filip Blazek, Frank Blokland, Irma Boom, David Brezina, Matthew Carter, Nadine Chahine, Paresh Choudhury, Alessandro Colizzi, Bill Davis, Jo De Baerdemaeker, Rafael Dietzsch 2, Paul Dijstelberge, Catherine Dixon, Nikola Djurek, Maria Doreuli, Craig Eliason, Ramiro Espinoza, Victor Gaultney, Verena Gerlach, John Giannopoulos, Frank Griesshammer, Fritz Grogel, Elaine Guidero, Cyrus Highsmith, Will Hill, Viktor Kharyk, Eric Kindel, Henrik Kubel, David Kuettel, D. Udaya Kumar, Indra Kupferschmid, Kevin Larson, Edwina Lee, Werner Lemberg, David Lemon, Jean-Baptiste Levee, Mathieu Lommen, Rob McKaughan, Thomas Milo, Fraser Muggeridge, Titus Nemeth, Sandrine Nugue, Pierre Pane-Farre, Elena Papassissa, Thomas Phinney, Albert-Jan Pool, Cesar Puertas, Krista Radoeva, Rathna Ramanathan, Alice Rawsthorn, Daniel Reynolds, hyun guk ryu, Keitaro Sakamoto, Rainer Scheichelbauer, Georg Seifert, Juliet Shen, Nick Sherman, Fred Smeijers, Mirjam Somers, Brian Stell, Adi Stern, Claus Soerensen, Mariko Takagi, Adam Twardoch, Gerard Unger, Hans Van Maanen, Leonardo Vazquez, Peter Verheul, Werner Wolff, Yanone, Yuri Yarmola, Pascal Zoghbi, Erik van Blokland, Petr van Blokland, and Paul van der Laan.
The program was very strong, and reinforced the reputation of The Netherlands as the mecca of type design in 2013. Several awards were announced during the meeting: Gerrit Noordzij received the TDC Medal [large pic warning], Don Knuth received the Peter Karow Award, and Alexandra Korolkova received the Prix Charles Peignot for best type designer under the age of 35.
ATypI 2014 was held in Barcelona from 17-21 September 2014. The first two days were at the spectacularly beautiful BAU School of Design and the last three at the Museu del Disseny.
Speakers included Alexander Cooper, Matthew J. Rechs, Azza Alameddine, Andreu Balius Planelles, Jesus Barrientos, Sofie Beier, Caleb Belohlavek, David Berlow, Ann Bessemans, Henrik Birkvig, Noe Blanco, Nathan Davis, Nikola Djurek, Nathalie Dumont, Behdad Esfahbod, Martina Flor, Domen Fras, Tomas Ferrari, Rezan Gassas, Yashodeep Gholap, John Giannopoulos, Stuart Gill, Rose Gridneff, Theodore Harrison, Andrew Haslam, Masataka Hattori, Paul Hunt, Thomas Huot-Marchand, Eric Kindel, Boris Kochan, David Kuettel, Indra Kupferschmid, Kevin Larson, David Lemon, Jean-Baptiste Levee, Bruno Maag, Thomas Maier, William Montrose, Oriol Moret-Vinals, Paulo Moretto, Haytham Nawar, Meta Newhouse, Alessia Nicotra, Ryoko Nishizuka, Toshi Omagari, Michele Patane, Raquel Pelta, Joan Carles Perez Casasin, Yves Peters, Thomas Phinney, Albert-Jan Pool, Daniel Reynolds, Daniel Rhatigan, Jay Rutherford, Keitaro Sakamoto, Alice Savoie, Jose Scaglione, Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Georg Seifert, Manuel Sesma, Fred Smeijers, Liron Turkenich, Michael Twyman, Gerard Unger, Jim Wasco, Jurgen Willrodt, Taro Yamamoto, Onur Fatih Yazicigil, Erik van Blokland, and Ozlem Ozkal.
The meeting was a stunning success as seats were sold out more than a month in advance. On the other hand, considering the loss of income this entails for ATypI as an organization, the lack of a contingency plan is also a failure of sorts. The general feeling was that this was possibly one of the best ATypI conferences ever.
Held on Thursday, September 20, 2001, just before the start of ATypI, this meeting, headed by John Hudson, had the following speakers/topics:
Type meeting in Weimar, Germany, held from 17-20 September 2009. Speakers included Wolfgang Beinert, Axel Bertram, Uwe Brückner, Lucas de Groot, Ralf de Jong, Gerd Fleischmann, Ralf Hermann, Eike König, Alessio Leonardi, Andreas Maxbauer, Hans Eduard Meier, Jörg Petri, Albert-Jan Pool, Mariko Takagi, Dirk Uhlenbrock, Vilim Vasata, and Olaf Weber. Alternate URL. [Google] [More] ⦿
Exposition on type held from 2-3 April 2006 in Sao Paulo. It included a type competition with as jury Francisco Calles Trejo, Luciano Cardinali, Juan Carlos Darias, Priscila Farias, Rubén Fontana, Vicente Lamónaca, Candelaria Moreno, César Puertas, and Rodrigo Ramírez. There were 70 laureates from over 400 submissions. Pictures.
Type conference held in Bangkok from 28-29 October 2011. BITS stands for Bangkok International Typographic Symposium. Organized by Cadson Demak in association with ThaiGa, its speakers included Akiem Helmling, Akira Kobayashi, Tnop Wangsillapakun, Anisa Suthayalai, Keith Chi-hang Tam, Sébastien Morlighem, Smich Smanloh, and Jackkrit Anantakul. [Google] [More] ⦿
On May 12, 2005, this conference on corporate and custom fonts took place at the Graphic Arts Institute of Denmark, 72 Emdrupvej, DK-2400 Copenhagen NV. The speakers include Erik Spiekermann, Luc(as) de Groot, Jeremy Tankard, Bruno Maag and Peter Bruhn. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference held from 28-30 April 2010 in Veracruz, Mexico, at the Centro de Estudios Gestalt. Speakers included Juan Manuel Arboleyda, Francisco Calles, Marina Garone, Manuel Guerrero Salinas, Cristóbal Henestrosa, Gabriel Martínez Meave, Jorge Medrano, Héctor Montes de Oca G., John Moore, José M. Morelos, Quique Ollervides, Fernando Rodríguez, Luis Romero "Watchavato", Raul Plancarte and Oscar Yáñez. The workshops:
A conference subtitled La letra dibujada was eld from June 18-20, 2010, in the Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseño de Valencia, Valencia, Spain. Speakers included Gerrit Noordzij, Ken Barber, Ale Paul, Ricardo Rousselot, Javier Mariscal, James Mosley, Claude Mediavilla, Keith Adams, Marian Bantjes, Pepe Gimeno, Jose Ramon Penela, Pilar Cano and Sergio Jimenez. [Google] [More] ⦿
Annual typography and calligraphy festival, which took place from 24-25 May 2008 in Kharkiv (Ukraine). This year it included type seminars, a presentation by Vitalij Mitchenko, type games and exhibition of typefaces and calligraphy from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and Bulgaria. Photo reports: 1, 2, 3, 4. Report in the Ukrainian newspaper Novynar. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference to be held from June 16-17, 2004 in Brno, Czechia. This meeting is related to the 21st International Biennale of Graphic Design Brno 2004. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference held on 22-23 June 2000 in Brno, Czechia, and related to the 19thInternational Biennale of Graphic Design Brno 2000. Speakers included Ales Najbrt (Czechia), Jan Solpera (who spoke about Josef Týfa), and Andrej Krátky (Slovakia). [Google] [More] ⦿
Meeting on December 22, 2008, in Sao Paulo's Miami Ad School ESPM, organized by Henrique Nardi and Luciano Cardinali. Speakers: Gustavo Garcia, Fernando Mello, Gustavo Soares and Claudio Rocha. Picture report. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference in Sao Paulo, held from 15-19 March 2005. Speakers include Claudio Rocha, Tony de Marco, Priscila Farias, Fabio Lopez, Rodolfo Capeto, Henrique Nardi, Claudio Ferlauto, Hugo Cristo, Marcos Mello, Vincenzo Scarpellini, Massimo Gentile, Chico Homem de Melo, Bruno Porto, Billy Bacon, Akira Kobayashi, Pancho Galvez, Luis Siquot, Bruno Steinert, GHabriel Martinez Meave, Baixo Ribeiro, Wagner, Jorge de Buen and Herbert Baglione. [Google] [More] ⦿
Organized on November 2-3, 2001, in Toronto by the Ontario College of Art&Design's Outreach Program and the Type Club of Toronto. Speakers: Matthew Carter, Bill Douglas, Diti Katona, Allan Haley. TDC 47 will be on exhibition there too. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type meeting on November 25, 2006, held at Technopark, Zürich. Speakers: Michel Poffet, Lucas Stähli, Mats Küpfer, Claudia Wildermuth, Félix Müller and Stephan Rappo, Johanna and Peter Bilak, Daniel Janssen, and Yves Zimmermann. [Google] [More] ⦿
The theme of EuroTeX 2003 was "Back to typography". This conference, masterfully organized by Yannis Haralambous, was held in Brest, France, from 24-27 June 2003. Pictures of Christian Paput, George Williams, Sivan Toledo, Thomas Milo and Jef Tombeur. Report by Jef Tombeur [navigate to August 29, 2003]. A proceedings will be published in 2005. Its contents:
Experiment, The Twentieth International Conference, a calligraphic event, was held at Sonoma State University, July 29-August 5, 2000. Check the outlines of the talks, and sample some of the calligraphic beauties. [Google] [More] ⦿
The Fifth Congreso internacional de tipografía took place in Valencia from June 29-July 1, 2012. Organized by Association of Designers of the Region of Valencia (ADCV), its main speakers were Dave Crossland (of Open Font Library, and Google Web Fonts), Ale Paul, Paula Carbonell, Gustavo Ferreira, Gerard Unger, Dylan Kendle, Hilary Kenna, and Petr van Blokland (cofounder of Webtype). [Google] [More] ⦿
Event by Microsoft on April 3-4, 2008, by invitation only. The program includes in-depth analysis of font related law from noted attorney Paul Stack who has represented Monotype for many years. In addition there will be panel discussion regarding font IP protection, analysis of the state of font embedding, font EULAs and an exploration of new font related technologies, with participation from Adobe, Bitstream, Monotype Imaging, Microsoft and others. It's about control and money. Stack, noted for his wonderful correspondence with a Carnegie-Mellon student, and Monotype, known for a creative redefinition of the word "download" and for impeccable ethical standards, are the main features of this amazing event. [Google] [More] ⦿
FontConf --- The Unconference for Web Fonts
Free (!!!) conference organized by Garrick Van Buren (Kernest, Minneapolis, MN) on June 19, 2010, in St. Paul, MN. The main talks:
The Brazilian font scene explained in Portuguese. By graphic designer Paulo Moretto, and originally published in PROJETODESIGN vol. 244 in June 2000. A description of Tipografia Brasilis held in 2000. [Google] [More] ⦿
Free course offered at Typeworx in Toronto on Saturday, November 16, 2002, 1450 O'Connor Drive, 3rd Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Other free courses will be given throughout the year. These courses run from 10am to 7pm and cover Fontlab's basic features, maximum coverage of languages, font formats, unicode, OpenType, AAT, a demo on how to make a fully-featured OpenType font, the development of a huge font (Typeworx' Borgia will have over 5000 glyphs). [Google] [More] ⦿
The stencil competition at FontStruct ended on October 26, 2012. A very popular competition among Fontstructors, the winners are three of FontStruct's best, Beate Limbach (for db Smoothie), Tibor Lantos (for Thorin Stencil), and Paul Bokslag (for Crazy Fredericka). All three are fantastic designs. The judges were Rob Meeks, Ray Larabie and Stephen Coles. [Google] [More] ⦿
Listing of events and seminars. For example, on May 21, 2002, Professor William S. Peterson, known for his work on William Morris and the Kelmscott Press, spoke about Nineteenth-Century Revivals: Typographical and Spiritual. [Google] [More] ⦿
Garrick Van Buren
Armenian conference organized from 14-16 June 2012 by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia on the topic of non-Latin type design in Yerevan. Program.
Speakers included Ara Baghdasaryan (Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts), Gayaneh Bagdasaryan (Founder of Brownfox Type Design Studio, Russian Federation), John D. Berry (President of ATypI), Edik Ghabuzyan (National Book Chamber of Armenia), David Ghazaryan (Chief specialist of the Ancient Manuscripts, Department of Matenadaran, Armenia), Lars Harmsen (Executive director of MAGMA Brand Design in Karlsruhe, Germany), Alexander Kazaryn (President of Moscow International Union of Designers, Russian Federation), Vardges Keshishian (Lecturer of History at the Cinema and Theatre State Institute, Armenia), Boris Kochan (President of the Typographic Society Munich), Karen Komendaryan (Founder and Director of ABC connexion Company, Armenia), Ahmed Mansour (Deputy Director, at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina's Calligraphy Center, Egypt), Thomas Milo (Dutch Arabic script expert). [Google] [More] ⦿
Armenian conference and non-Latin typeface competition organized on 10 October 2013 in Amsterdam by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia and the Typographische Gesellschaft München on the topic of non-Latin type design. The chairs are Boris Kochan and Edik Ghabuzyan. [Google] [More] ⦿
The "8. Tage der Typografie" were held from 15-18 June 2006 at the Institut für Bildung, Medien und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany. The theme was Grotesk. See also here. Main speakers: Indra Kupferschmid, Simone Wolf (born in Germany, lives in Italy), Stefan Claudius, Susanna Stammbach, Alessio Leonardi. [Google] [More] ⦿
List of past winners of the Gutenberg prize: Giovanni Mardensteig (1968), Henri Friedlaender (1971), Hermann Zapf (1974), Rudolf Hell (1977), Hellmut Lehmann-Haupt (1980), Gerrit Willem Ovink (1983), Adrian Frutiger (1986), Lotte Hellinga-Querido (1989), Ricardo J. Vincent Museros (1992), Paul Brainerd (1994), John Dreyfus (1996), Henri-Jean Martin (1998), Joseph M. Jacobson (2000), Otto Rohse (2002), Robert Darnton (2004), Hubert Wolf (2006), Michael Knoche (2008), Mahendra Patel (2010). [Google] [More] ⦿
At this French institute in Lyon which forms part of the Musée de l'imprimerie de Lyon, there are occasionally courses on typography. For example, in the Book History Workshop from 5-8 April 2004, James Mosley gave a course on Type, lettering and calligraphy 1450-1830. From 25-28 April 2005, he gave a course there on Typographie et calligraphie 1830-1980. We also find a list of books on typography and calligraphy, covering 1450-1830. [Google] [More] ⦿
ISType (Istanbul Type Seminars), conceived by Onur Yazicigil (Sabanci University) and Alessandro Segalini (Izmir University of Economics), is a lecture and workshop series devoted to encouraging typographic literacy in Turkey, was held from 11-14 September 2011 and again from 13-16 June, 2013 in Istanbul. This first annual event had lectures and practical workshops on typographic education and theory by embracing history, calligraphy, technology, math, programming, and drawing and art. The speakers in 2011 included Ewan Clayton, James Clough, Petr Van Blokland, Brody Neuenschwander, Alessandro Segalini, Karel Van Der Waarde, and Onur Yazicigil. In 2013, they had Robert Bringhurst, Alejandro Paul, Jan Middendorp, Erik van Blokland, Luc(as) de Groot, Akira Kobayashi, Irvin Cemil Schick, Mirjam Somers, Yves Peters, and Rainer Scheichelbauer. [Google] [More] ⦿
The International Type Design Contest was held by the Linotype Library in 2003. The winners were announced in July 2004:
Held from September 26 until October 6, 2006, at FBAUL, Faculdade de Belas-Artes Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. It offered debates, workshops, type jams, student's work displays and an exhibition of six Portuguese type designers: Bárbara Alves, Dino dos Santos, Jorge dos Reis, Mário Feliciano, Ricardo Santos and Rubén Dias. [Google] [More] ⦿
A five day workshop and lecture series in Dubai, 21-25 October 2011. Workshop leaders: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares, Lara Assouad Khoury, Pascal Zoghbi. Guest speakers: Wissam Shawkat, Sheikha Bin Dhaher, Salem Al Qassimi. [Google] [More] ⦿
Kitabat Arabic Calligraphy and Typography Conference was the first major conference dealing solely with Arabic calligraphy and type design. Held from April 5-8, 2006, in Dubai. Speakers included Nabil Safwat (keynote speaker), Ugur Derman (Istanbul, Turkey), Mohamed Zakariya (Virginia, USA), Dr Goeffrey Roper (London, UK), Mamoun Sakkal (Seattle, USA), Johannes Bergerhausen (Germany), Adil Allawi (Diwan, UK), Kamal Mansour (Monotype, USA), Bruno Steinert (Linotype, Germany), Mounir Al-Shaarani (Cairo, Egypt), Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares (AUD, UAE / Khatt, Holland), Nadine Chahine (Linotype, Germany), Gerard Unger (Bussum, Holland), Tajelssir Hassan (Sharjah, UAE), Reza Abedini (Teheran, Iran), Tarek Atrissi (Utrecht, Holland), Ihsan Hammouri (Jordan/USA), Obeida Sidani (Dubai, UAE), Yasmine Taan (LAU, Lebanon), Aida Sakkal (Seattle, USA), Antonia Carver (Dubai, UAE), Zeina Maasri (AUB, Lebanon), Fawzi Rahal (Dubai, UAE), Nadine Touma (Beirut, Lebanon), Leland Hill (VCU, Qatar), and Petr Van Blokland (Holland). [Google] [More] ⦿
The (seventeenth) Leipziger Typotage 2011 took place on May 28, 2011 at the Museum für Druckkunst Leipzig. Speakers included Alexander Branczyk, Will Hill, Lars Harmsen, Julia Kahl, and Christian Gutschi. [Google] [More] ⦿
The (nineteenth) Leipziger Typotage 2013 took place on April 23, 2013 at the Museum für Druckkunst Leipzig. Speakers included Tim Ahrens, David Fichtmüller, Friedrich Forssman, Maurice Göldner, Christoph Knoth, Stephan Müller, Henning Skibbe and Roman Wilhelm. [Google] [More] ⦿
The Letter.2 Conference was held on October 4, 2011 in Buenos Aires, in conjunction with the Letter.2 type competition. Speakers included Akira Kobayashi, Alejandro LoCelso, John Hudson, Diego Giaccone, Ernesto Rinaldi, Fiona Ross, Gerry Leonidas, Guilermo Altube, Lucie Lacava, Pablo Cosgaya, Peter Bilak, and Rubén Fontana. [Google] [More] ⦿
A series of talks and an exhibition in Nancy, France, dedicated to French type design, November 17-December 31, 2011. Participants: A is A name, Laure Afchain, Akatre, Christophe Badani, Pascal Béjean and Nicolas Ledoux, Bruno Bernard, Thomas Bizzarri, Amélie Bonet, Camille Boulouis, Laurent Bourcellier, Bureau 205, Matthieu Cortat, DeValence, Equipe Type, Stéphane Elbaz, Benjamin Gomez, Guillaume Grall, Jérémie Hornus, Thomas Huot-Marchand, Jérôme Knebusch, Sarah Lazarevic, Jean-Baptiste Leée, Sébastien Marchal, Charles Mazé, Titus Nemeth, Patrick Paleta, Ian Party, Jonathan Perez, Julien Priez, Morgane Rébulard, Mathieu éguer,,Emilie Rigaud, Benoit Santiard, Alice Savoie, Christophe Sivadier, SuperScript², Jack Usine, Pierre Vanni, Malou Verlomme, Vier5. [Google] [More] ⦿
French calligrapher from Saint-Laurent-en-Grandvaux. Designer of a French school font, which was presented in March 2005 during a meeting held at the National Museum of Education in Rouen, France. The link given here refers to a PDF which contains the proceedings of that meeting. Marion Andrews's school font has a basic monoline sans caps style tilted at only 5 degrees, and a connected lower case whose rhythm was influenced by the Dryad Writing style of Alfred Fairbank (1932).
Marion Andrews won an award for writing organized by the Ministère de l'Éducation nationale in France.
Marion organized a workshop on Fraktur/Gothic fonts, from 21-26 July 2003, in the Jura region of France. See also here.
Marion Andrews, Malou Verlomme and Laurence Bedoin collaborated on the school fonts Écriture A and Écriture B which are presented in Modèles d'écriture scolaire (2013), a document issued by the French Ministry of Education. These fonts are available from Eduscol. PDF with some of her work. [Google] [More] ⦿
Results of this biannual award, announced in October 2012:
The Ninth Annual Conference of the Friends of St. Bride took place on May 27 and 28, 2010 at the Custard Factory, Birmingham. Its theme was DIY Design [I think that DIY stands for do it yourself]. Speakers included Mette D. Ambeck, Martin Andrews, Paul Antonio, Hudson Bec, Kevin Braddock, Colin Brignall, Petr van Blokland, Dave Farey, Mark Frith, Linzie Hunter, Helen Ingham, Michael Johnson, Jon Melton, Ann Pillar, Teal Triggs, Theo Wang and Wolfgang Weingart. Not sure there was a lot of type design content. [Google] [More] ⦿
St Bride Library and the Department of Typography, University of Reading are collaborating on a two-day conference on non-Latin typeface design, held on September 18-19, 2007. Speakers include Graham Shaw (Head of Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections at the British Library), Mammoun Sakkal, Maxim Zhukov, and Victor Gaultney. Hands-on sessions at Reading will be conducted by Gerry Leonidas, Fiona Ross, Jo de Baerdemaeker, and Martin Dodds (Principal Examiner for Urdu, Cambridge International Exams). [Google] [More] ⦿
The ADCV (Asociacion de Disenadores de la Comunidad Valenciana) and Cromotex organize the First Convention of Typography in Spain, 25-27 June 2004, in Valencia and Madrid. The theme is "tipos, topicos, textos y contextos". Speakers include Andreu Balius, Bruno Steinert, Hermann Zapf, Akira Kobayashi, Jesús del Hoyo, Vivian Hartmann, Rubén Fontana, Eric van Blokland, Pepe Gimeno, Thomas Caldwell (from Linotype), M. Cristina Amaral (from Linotype), and Type-o-Tones. Report by Montse Cantón. [Google] [More] ⦿
Course by James Mosley at l'Institut de l'Histoire du Livre (IHL) in Lyon, France, from October 14-17, 2002. Limited to twelve persons. 450 Euros. A beautiful course content: Introduction---the writing, of the Roman capital to the tiny Gothic. The discovery of the Roman capital in Italy to the 15 E century. L B Alberti, Felice Feliciano, Luca Pacioli, Geoffroy Tory, Albrecht Dürer. The invention of printing works and Gothic character. The Italian writing: scrittura umanistica and corsiva cancellaresca. Roman characters and italics in Italy and France, 1470-1600. Nicolas Jenson, Francesco Griffo, Claude Garamond, Pierre Haultin, Robert Granjon, Guillaume Bé. Literature of the engraving of the punches and the foundry of the characters: Joseph Moxon (London, 1683), Jacques Jaugeon (Paris, 1704) Pierre-Simon Baker (Paris, 1764). Characters with the "taste hollandois". Hendrik van den Keere, Nicolas Briot, Christoffel van Dijk, Nicolas KIS, Joseph Moxon, William Caslon. Towards a new penmanship 1560-1740 G.F. Cresci, Lucas Materot, Louis Barbedor, Charles Snell, George Bichkam. Of the "Roman of the roi" in Didot. Philippe Grandjean, John Baskerville, Pierre-Simon Baker, François-Ambroise (and others) Didot, Giambattista Bodoni. A new typography: use of the conceited person-face, antique and the Egyptian woman in printed publicity. [Google] [More] ⦿
Experimental and contemporary type exhibition at the California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, CA), October 14-20, 2001. Hrant Papazian's harsh criticism of this exhibition and of the CalArts type program: "Nike typography. It appears that for almost 15 years now students of the type design program at CalArts have been taught to just do it. During the third week of October, CalArts staged a revealing (albeit severely under-promoted) retrospective of student work, dubbed Rebellion Acceptance Overdrive. Experimentation and discovery are at the heart of education, but this oeuvre had entirely too much deconstruction and not at all enough purpose. What is a type design program that doesn't teach you how to produce fonts others would like to use? Summer camp. Jens Gehlhaar was the one exception I noted, in terms of a student who took the CalArts philosophy seriously but refused to stop thinking, producing relevant experiments like the CIA Compendium, as well as tasteful, usable fonts such as Alfa Sans and Precrime. Then there was Lee Schulz with his dedicated craftsmanship and astonishing inspirational range: the hyper-decorative Antoinette; the gloriously organic Salome; the surprising low-res Batterie; the reserved Minister. But the bulk of the designs suffer from a clear lack of guidance, in the details as well as the roots. In the end, students who had both talent and intellect produced promising work from day one; the others were still producing crap upon graduation. What was the faculty teaching the students, exactly? Rebellion without a cause is just hooliganism. And now that the revolution has fizzled out, what will they teach, and who will want to learn it? The CalArts type design program has been about grunge typography. Although it's no longer fashionable to celebrate that, it remains relevant to discuss it, if only because it existed. This exhibit sparked - and could have helped answer - some interesting questions. What was destroyed/created when Ed Fella's entirely non-digital work was transmogrified into 99.44% pure bézier? What are the formal effects of our digital tools on the results? Why was Cholla converted from a botanical design to a mechanical one on its way to the commercial world? And the biggest question: how was this all worth it, to the students?". Read Lee Schulz's passionate reply. [Google] [More] ⦿
In the early 50s, Maximilien Vox, Jean Giono and Jean Garcia created a French type association that gets together each year during the last week of August in the picturesque village of Lurs-en-Provence. There is a monthly newsletter. The meetings in Lurs have become very popular. Present president: Jacques Blociszewski. By the way, a superb web page! The 2006 meeting entitled L'é'crit de l'amour was held from 20-26 August. It featured Perinne Rouillon, Rudi Meyer, Peter Bil'ak, Yves Perrousseaux, Monsieur Obertelli, Marc Kopylov, Eric Kindel, Jean-François Porchez, Fred Smeijers, Michel Melot, Claude-Laurent François, Anne et Patrick Poirier and Malte Martin. The 2007 meeting, from 19-25 August, is about universal typography. The 2008 meeting, from 25-30 August, is about money (and the typography of money). Report of the 2008 meeting by Frank Adebiaye. Historic pictures by Jean-François Porchez.
Raster Imaging and Digital Typography: this is a workshop held in St. Malo, France, from 30 March 1998 until 1 April 1998. Held about every three to four years, it is the main technical workshop dealing with typographical issues today. The organizer was Professor Roger D. Hersch of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne. [Google] [More] ⦿
Erik van Blokland's brainchild. Robothon 2012 took place at the KABK in Den Haag, The Netherlands, from March 8-9, 2012. Paul van der Laan wrote: This year we're proud to announce an international range of speakers, the new UFO 3 format, amazing new tools and ideas. Robothon is a great opportunity to hang out with your colleagues from around Europe, meet the TypeMedia crew, and see the Gerrit Noordzij Prize exhibition and seminar dedicated to Wim Crouwel.
Speakers included Tal Leming (TypeSupply), Frederik Berlaen (RoboFont), Erik van Blokland (LettError), Yanone (SpeedPunk), Miguel Sousa (Adobe), Frank Griesshammer (Adobe), Petr van Blokland (Buro Petr van Blokland + Claudia Mens), Ben Kiel (House Industries).
A five day workshop and lecture series in Dubai, 21-25 October 2011. Workshop leaders: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares, Lara Assouad Khoury, Pascal Zoghbi. Guest speakers: Wissam Shawkat, Sheikha Bin Dhaher, Salem Al Qassimi. [Google] [More] ⦿
The San Diego Macromedia User Group (SDMMUG) organized a two-talk meeting on November 14, 2002, featuring B.J. Harvey and Brett Jackson, who spoke about the efficient generation of fonts. [Google] [More] ⦿
At this workshop organized in Seattle in 2012 by Karen Cheng and François Porchez, students developed the following typefaces:
The Second Annual Conference of the Friends of St. Bride took place on October 20-21, 2003 at the St. Bride Library in London. See also here. Its theme was "hidden typography". Conference Proceedings. [Google] [More] ⦿
The Associazione Culturale Calligrafia e Lettering in Torino, Italy, organizes workshops and courses on a variety of topics, some of which are related to calligraphy and the history of type. For example, from 14-15 March 2009, there was a course on Gothic Textura. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type conference held at the Escuela Superior de Diseño in Valencia, Spain, from 23-25 June 2006. Speakers included Neville Brody, Eric Spiekermann, Pauline Paucker, Reza Abedini, Pierre di Sciullo, Saki Mafundiwa, Mario Feliciano, Andreu Balius, Josep Maria Pujol and Jose Martínez de Sousa. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type and print conference with some great talks, all transcripted here. Most interesting is Font Free For ALL, a session with David Berlow, The Font Bureau, moderator, Matthew Carter, of Carter & Cone, BC Krishna, Microsoft's Robert Norton, Mike Parker of Design Intelligence, and Peter Vanblacklen. [Google] [More] ⦿
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. [Google] [More] ⦿
The STA is a professional association for designers in Chicago, originally established in 1927 as the Society of Typographic Arts. Recent past events: April 2, 2002: "New typography requires new typefaces", a presentation by Chester at Chicago's Columbia College, Center for Book and Paper Arts. April 13-14, 2002: A drive up to the Hamilton Wood Type Museum in Two Rivers, WI, and a visit of the Paul Rand retrospective exhibition at the William F. Eisner Museum in Milwaukee. [Google] [More] ⦿
A Basque font auction took place on March 9, 2001, in Bilbao and was organized by the cultural association Consonni from Bilbao. The current page on Basque faces is run by Franck Larcade at Consonni and Hinrich Sachs from Switzerland. History of Basque fonts. [Google] [More] ⦿
Three-day conference, May 30-June 2, 2002, in Lage-Hörste. The speakers included Susanna Stambach (Basel), Gabine Heinze (Leipzig), Peter Reichard (Offenbach), Klaus Detjen (Holm), Hans Peter Willberg (Eppstein), Richard Frick (Bonstetten), Andreas Skott (Köln) and Markus Junker (Konstanz). [Google] [More] ⦿
The Tenth Annual St. Bride Library Conference, curated by John Walters and Becky Chilcott, took place on November 10-11, 2011. Speakers include Phil Baines, Jonathan Barnbrook, Zoë Bather, Tom Farrand, Amelia Gregory, Matt Jones, Alan Kitching, Gerry Leonidas, Vaughan Oliver, Paul Rennie, Lucienne Roberts, Jack Schulze, Steve Watson, Matt Webb, Rebecca Wright and Derek Yates. The theme is critical tensions. [Google] [More] ⦿
A conference subtitled "Glocal. Tipografía en la Era de la Globalización" was held from June 20-22, 2008, in the Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseño de Valencia, Valencia, Spain. Flickr group. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus, 6-8 June 2013, organized by Klimis Mastoridis at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. Coorganizers include Gerry Leonidas and Anna Kiriakidou. Web links: http://www.flickr.com/photos/25247013@N03/sets/72157634122434873/, http://www.eyemagazine.com/blog/post/type-in-multiple-directions, http://www.haniotika-nea.gr/123235-Διεθνές%20συνέδριο%20“ενάντια%20στη%20λήθη”%20.html, http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/typography-at-reading/2013/06/12/reading-at-ictvc-5-nicosia-2/, http://www.parathyro.com/?p=21834, http://www.parathyro.com/?p=21445, http://fineartcourseuhcy.wordpress.com/2013/06/11/against-lethe-ictvc-exhibition-at-politis-newspaper-department-of-design-and-multimedia-university-of-nicosia/, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ictvc-International-Conference-on-Typography-Visual-Communication/310862722345918?ref=hl#. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus, 17-19 June 2010, organized by Klimis Mastoridis at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. The announcement: On 17, 18&19 June 2010 the Department of Design&Multimedia at the University of Nicosia will be hosting the 4th International Conference on Typography and Visual Communication (ICTVC) with the general theme "Lending Grace to Language". [...] ICTVC is organized in collaboration with the Mass Media and Communication Institute (IMME), Cyprus, and AlterVision, Greece, and is supported by the Department of Typography&Graphic Communication at the University of Reading (UK), the Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI), the Greek Graphic Designers Association (EGE) and the Thessaloniki Design Museum.
Web links for the first four ICTVC conferences: , http://www.flickr.com/groups/ictvc2010/, http://www.facebook.com/pages/4th-ICTVC/190465083336, http://www.flickr.com/groups/ictvc2007/pool/, http://www.23hq.com/tag/ictvc, http://www.helveticafilm.com/newblog/2007/06/23/macedonian-madness/, http://news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_1_08/07/2007_233273, http://news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_1_21/06/2007_231459, http://www.leonidas.org/dokuwiki/doku.php/texts:interviews:epsilon, http://www.slanted.de/eintrag/verbal-graphic, http://biographix.blogspot.com/2007/07/3-workshops-2.html, http://backpacker.gr/files/typography.pdf, http://s174.photobucket.com/albums/w112/mafaldaQ/ICTVC/, http://tsevis.blogspot.com/2007/06/3rd-ictvc-mozaix-synthetix.html, http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=23502418, http://www.vcdc.gr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=16988, http://raissaki.gr/pages/3rdictvc.html?which=results⟨=english, http://www.typophile.com/node/31532, http://www.youshouldliketypetoo.com/about/the-year-at-reading/, http://typestack.com/uncategorized/first-cyprus-type-conference/, http://www.books.gr/ViewShopProduct.aspx?Id=3609891, http://tobaccorri.blogspot.com/2007/06/3.html, Ο ΠΟΛΙΤΗΣ | ΜΑΪΟΣ 2010. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, 20-23 June 2007, organized by the University of Macedonia Press (UOM) and AlterVision. The ICTVC's theme is From Verbal To Graphic. Speakers include Michalis Arfaras, Nicolas Barker, Neville Brody, Petr van Blokland, Aggelos Bakas, Audrey Bennet, Joseph Coates, Anthony Cahalan, Dan Carr, Julia Ferrari, Mary Dyson, Simon Daniels, Costis Dallas, Stergios Delialis, Marina Emmanouil, Victor Gaultney, Iva Georgieva, Maria da Gandra, Lars Harmsen, Vangelis Hatzitheodorou, Peter Karow, Nikos Koutsmanis, Alexandros Kouris, Richard Kegler, Christiana Lafazani, John Langdon, Gerry Leonidas, Alan Marshall, Piero de Macchi, Eva Massoura, Dimitris Mitsiopoulos, Klimis Mastoridis, Arafat Al-Naim, Maria Nicholas, Annette O'Sullivan, Manolis Savidis, Erik Spiekermann, Paul Stiff, José Scaglione, Michael Semoglou, Charis Tsevis, Vangelio Tzanetatou, Adam Twardoch, Eirini Vlachou, Jana Vujic, Karel van der Waarde, Ruth Westervelt, Artemis Yagou, Alexios Zavras, Ivana Ziljak. [Google] [More] ⦿
The University of Macedonia Press is organising a one day seminar on type setting and page layout. The conference will be focusing on text setting for publishing purposes, covering TeX, special symbols as well as Greek typefaces. It took place on Wednesday, 23 November 2005 at the conference room at the University of Macedonia. [Google] [More] ⦿
The Third Annual Conference of the Friends of St. Bride took place on October 18-19, 2004 at the St. Bride Library in London. Its theme was "bad type". Speakers include Lynne Baggett, WilliamBaggett, Nigel Bents, Sebastian Carter, Grant Carruthers, Nadine Chahine, Vincent Connare, John Downer, Alice Ford-Smith, Allan Fogg, Nick Foster, Emily Luce, Vici McDonald, Etienne Giradet, Shelley Gruendler, Lukas Hartmann, Warren Hutchinson, Justin Howes, Dennis Ichiyama, David Jury, Gerry Leonaidas, Barry McKay, Ross Mills, Tom Phinney, Caryn Radlove, Jay Rutherford, Rathna Ramanathan, Peggy Smith, Adi Stern, Yasmin Tann, Jef Tombeur, Joyce Yee and Karel van der Waarde. [Google] [More] ⦿
Thomas Milo (DecoType, The Netherlands), a specialist in Arabic, Turkic and Slavic linguistics spoke about "The Ottoman roots of Arabic computing" at the Cooper Union, Peter Cooper Suite, 8th Floor, 7 East 7th Street, New York, on October 21, 1999 from 6-7:30pm. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type meeting held in Kaverljag, in the Slovenian part of Istria region, from July 29-August 6, 2006. It took place in the house of Ales Sedmak, a Slovenian painter and illustrator. Tipo Brda was launched in 1997, in Ssmartno, located in the Brda wine region near the Italian border, hence the name of the workshop (Type Hills). Back then, the gathering was organized by Lucijan Bratuš, professor of typography at ALU and several of his students. Tipo Brda grew in to a non-profit organization and a specific cultural institution. [Google] [More] ⦿
Cyrillic type design workshop held during the summer of 2012 in Trsic, Serbia. The orgnizer was Ivana Cirovic, and the mentor was Vedran Erakovic. Guest lecturers included Jana Orsolic and Borut Vild. The eight participants were all former students of the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade: Ilija Lazarevic, Ivana Cirovic, Marija Rnjak, Marijana Orsolic, Nikola Stojanovic, Sanja Grbic, Tamara Pesic, Tanja Stevanovic. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type designing workshop, organized during the first week of February in Trenta, Italy, and during the first week of August in Grintovec/Kaverljag under the leadership of Slovenian type design professors Tomato Košir and Lucijan Bratuš. Summer design workshops have been held annually since 2006. 2007 workshop. 2008 workshop. [Google] [More] ⦿
Meeting in Buenos Aires in 2001 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the magazine tipoGráfica. An extraordinary delegate report by Rubén Fontana was published at ATypI. I cite things I will be quoting for the rest of: In Latin America, we propose to socialise this vast, historic fund of knowledge, by means of an approach to variations of what we know and by learning through the discovery of that which we do not know. Like air, like water, the knowledge itself, like ideas, typography is a social asset that provides people with equal opportunities. A veritable universal heritage. [...] Seven hundred people attended the three-day sessions of tipoGráfica buenosAires, typography for real life. Many travelled from the interior of Argentina, while others arrived from Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay, Uruguay and other Latin American countries. [...] Typography must perforce be available to everyone since it is an ingredient inherent to communication. [Google] [More] ⦿
Awards at the Tipografia Brasilis competition in 2001 in display typography: first prize Brasilero (by Crystian Cruz), second prize Buril (by Cassiano Saldanha), third prize Pero Vaz (by Ericson Straub). In the dingbat category we have: first prize Renato Pacicco Lofti with Skate, second prize Cassiano Saldanha with Street, third prize Marcelo Martinez with Agli Feices. [Google] [More] ⦿
Two Mexican type meetings held in Puebla, organized by Paco Calles. One, held at the Universidad Intercontinental, is described here: speakers included Luisa Martínez Leal, Nacho Peón, Francisco Calles, Gerardo Kloss, Eduardo Danilo, Alejandro Tapia, Gabriel Martínez Meave, tipográficas Antonio Rivera, María Esther Pérez Salas, Abelardo Rodríguez, Tullia Bassani, Leonel Sagahón, Mónica Puigferrat, Jorge de Buen, and Quique Ollervides. The second one, held in May 2003 at the same place, Tipografilia02, included as speakers Gonzalez Garcia Barcha, Carlota Blanco, Alejandro Lo Celso, Maria Teresa Peralta, Jose Luis Acosta, Luis Almeida, Mauricio Lopez, Victor Sandoval, Juan Carlos Fernandez, Susana Casaron, Hector Montes de Oca, Roman Esqueda, Zalma Jalluf, Clara Azcue and Ruben Fontana. [Google] [More] ⦿
On 14-15 April 2005, Paco Calles (Francisco Calles Trejo) organized the third Tipografilia meeting at Universidad Intercontinental in Mexico City. Speakers included Carmen Castaneda, Diego Mier y Terán, Mauricio Rivera, Cristóbal Henestrosa, Ernesto Guteérrez Cortes, Jorge Medrano, Veronica Juarez, Yolanda Garibay, and Domingo Martinez. [Google] [More] ⦿
National Mexican typography conference, held from 3-4 March 2011 at the Facultad del Hábitat, UASLP, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The speakers: Rubén Pineda, Alejandro Cabrera, Manuel Guerrero. Jesús Barrientos, Gabriel Martínez Meave, Elí Castellanos, Iván Moreno, Isaías Loaiza, Javier Echavarrí, Héctor Montes de Oca. [Google] [More] ⦿
Tipografilia07, the Congreso Nacional de Tipografía en México, was held in Mexico City from 4-5 October 2013. Under the theme Nueva+Mente, the main speakers were Victoria Garcia Jolly, Alexandro Medrano, Quique Ollervides, Jorge de Buen, Crisobal Henestrosa, Gerardo Kloss, Paco Calles, Gabriel Martinez Meave, Bred Lago, Santiago Orozco, Jose Luis Coyotl, Alejandro Magallanes, and Eric Olivares. [Google] [More] ⦿
Tipokujna (Typo Kitchen) is a workshop organized in 2013 by Macedonian type designer Lasko Dzurovski and Creative Exchange. The typefaces made during this workshop can be freely downloaded:
Type competition that took place in January 2006 to celebrate El Quijote. It was organized by the Fundación Centro Regional de Diseño de Castilla-La Mancha. The 6000 Euro first prize went to Inigo Jerez Quintana for his typeface Quixote. Honorable mentions: Eduardo Rodríguez Tunni and Pablo Cosgaya (for Loreto), Luis Victor Siquot Derieul (for Siquot Antiqua), Raúl Rodríguez (for RRhidalgo). [Google] [More] ⦿
A series of four international workshops run by Tomato Kosir in Slovenia from 2010 until 2012. The fifth was renamed TypeClinic, and that name will be used from 2012 onwards. The first workshop was held from July 25-31, 2010: A first-time international workshop deals with designing typeface for poster size in letterpress technique. That was repeated from August 28 until September 4, 2011 in Ljubljana. The Fourth Workshop took place in Trenta Valley near the beginning of February 2012. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type design workshop held in Slovenia in 2010 under the leadership of Tomato Kosir. Typefaces designed by the group include these:
Latin American type competition judged by Alejandro Lo Celso, Luciano Cardinali, Luciano Vergara, Ignacio Martínez, Francisco Calles, Candelaria Moreno, Vicente Lamónaca and Juan Carlos Darias. Results were announced in March 2008. It is the Tercera Bienal de Tipografía Latinoamericana, a continuation of the Bienales LL2004 and LL2006, which were organized by Letras Latinas. From 27-30 May 2008, a corresponding conference took place in the Biblioteca de Santiago, Chile. The winners:
The Fifth Biennial of Latin American Typography---Tipos Latinos 2012 took place in Sao Paulo from August 25-26, 2012, at the Lapa Scipiao campus of SENAC. Speakers included Andrea Kulpas, Eduilson Coan, Ronald Kapaz, Luciano Cardinali, Daniel Sabino, Paulo André Chagas, Crystian Cruz, and Fabio Lopez. There was a type critique session with Crystian Cruz, Fabio Lopez, and Marina Chaccur. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type conference from 30 August to 1 September 2012 in Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico. The invited presentations were by Mario Aburto, Javier Alcaraz, Jesus Barrientos, Cristobal Henestrosa, David Kimura, Hector Montes de Oca, Miguel Reyes, and John Vargas. [Google] [More] ⦿
From November 14-16, 2001, in Buenos Aires, a type meeting featuring Erik Spiekermann, Rubén Fontana, André Gürtler, Diego Giacone, Alejandro Lo Celso, Matthew Carter, Guillermo Stein, Jorge Frascara, Luc(as) de Groot, Rosemary Sassoon, Ernesto Rinaldi, Mesa Redonda, Zalma Jalluf and Pablo Cosgaya. [Google] [More] ⦿
The TeX Users Group (TUG) Annual Meeting and Conference for the year 2004 took place in Xanthi, Greece, from August 30 to Sept. 3, 2004. The main theme of this Conference will be TeX in the era of XML and Unicode. [Google] [More] ⦿
The TeX Users Group (TUG) Annual Meeting and Conference for the year 2005 took place in WuHan, China P.R., from August 23-25, 2005. Speakers include Nelson Beebe, Yannis Haralambous, and Karel Piska. [Google] [More] ⦿
Meeting on September 25 1999 at the Tishman Auditorium, The New School, 66 West 12th Street, NYC, organized by the Type Directors Club. Speakers: Roger Black, Robin Williams, Fred Woodward, Allan Haley, Stephen Farrell, Frank Martinez, John Hudson, Brock Bohonas, Petra Weitz. 225USD. [Google] [More] ⦿
American type history conference in Seattle, May 4, 2012, followed by workshops on May 5-6. Speakers included Paul Shaw (Oswald Cooper: Attacked by an itch to work with type), Cathleen Baker (Roycrofters to Renaissance: The progression of Dard Hunter's letterforms from arts and crafts to classical), Paul F. Gehl (Ludlow's Mutt and Jeff: Douglas McMurtrie and R. Hunter Middleton), Nancy Sharon Collins (Engraving: The curiously shy stepchild in American type genealogy), Thomas Phinney, Steve Matteson, and Richard Kegler (A second life for vintage American typefaces), and Frank Brannon (Print Your Own Language: The role of letterpress in Cherokee language revitalizationC). [Google] [More] ⦿
Type Amsterdam 2011 took place on October 6, 2011, at the University of Amsterdam. The speakers are John Lane, Lida Lopes Cardozo, Paul van der Laan, Pieter van Rosmalen, and Frederik Berlaen. [Google] [More] ⦿
Peter Reichard (Typosition, Offenbach) and die Typonauten Ingo Krepinsky and Stefan Krömer (Bremen, Hamburg) organized workshops on logotype and book design from 25-28 November 2004 in Lage-Hörste, Germany. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type Camp takes place in exotic or secluded places, and lets a small (<20) group of participants interact and learn from type design or typography pros, at an all-inclusive weekly cost of 2,500 US dollars, or registration costs of the order of 100 to 500 dollars. Past instructors have included Shelley Gruendler, Marian Baantjes, Tiffany Wardle, Stephen Coles, Jan Middendorp, John Hudson, Laura Worthington, Eric Scheichelbauer, Kevin Larson, Dyana Weissman, Jay Rutherford and Richard Kegler. In 2011, Type Camps were planned in Rome, California, Weimar, and India. [Google] [More] ⦿
A tart card competition at the St. Bride Library in London in 2009. They explain: We would like you to design a tart card either for a typeface or a letter of the alphabet. If you are unfamiliar with these things, tart cards are the means by which London prostitutes advertise their services. Step in to any Central London call box and you can contemplate up to eighty cards inviting you to be tied, teased, spanked or massaged either in luxury apartments, fully-equipped chambers or the privacy of your own hotel room. So pervasive are these things, and so curious is their typography, images and copy writing they are now regarded as bona fide items of accidental art and have something of a cult following. Once on the periphery of design, the cards have influenced the work of many mainstream artists including Royal Academician Tom Philips and Sex Pistols designers, Ray and Nils Stevenson. Perhaps they can inspire you too? Examples: 1, 2, 3. Exhibition at KasselsKramer, London, 22-29 June 2009. See also Wallpaper's June 2009 issue entitled Sex Issue: Type Tart Cards. [Google] [More] ⦿
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:
Type design workshop held in Trenta, Slovenia, from February 10-17, 2013. The following typefaces were fully or partially developed at the workshop under the mentorship of Tomato Kosir and Aljaz Vesel:
Type design workshop held in Trenta, Slovenia in the summer of 2014. The following typefaces were fully or partially developed at the workshop under the mentorship of Tomato Kosir and Aljaz Vesel:
16-18 June 2000, Westborough Marriott in Westborough, MA (at I-495 and Route 9). Main speaker David Berlow. Second event organised by the Society of Typographic Aficionados, to include discussion groups, panels, presentations, exhibition and social events. In 1998, we had 50USD registration, and in 1999 60USD: finally an affordable type conference! Report of the 1998 meeting by John D. Berry. [Google] [More] ⦿
The annual SoTA meeting held on July 13-15 2001, at the Four Points Sheraton in Rochester, NY. Main speakers include Ed Benguiat, Matthew Carter, Joshua Darden, Chank Diesel, John Downer, Rodney Shelden Fehsenfeld, Tobias Frere-Jones, Frank Romano, Brian Sooy, Terri Stone, and El Mack de los Toros. Third event organised by the Society of Typographic Aficionados, to include discussion groups, panels, presentations, exhibition and social events. A bit too much emphasis in "this" TypeCon on the business and legal aspects of type, and not enough on the art. Report by Stephen Coles. Picture gallery by Tony de Marco. [Google] [More] ⦿
The annual SoTA meeting was held in Toronto from 12-14 July 2002. Director: Richard Kegler (P22). Presenters and panelists included 2Rebels, The Chank Company, Michael Clark, Ray Cruz, Joshua Darden, John Downer, Dave Farey, Allan Haley, Ted Harrison, Patricia Lillie, Margery McAlpine, Rod McDonald, Boris Mahovac, Jan Middendorp, Gillian Mothersill, Joachim Müller-Lancé, Will Novosedlik, P22 Type Foundry, Thomas Phinney, Davin Risk, Nick Shinn, Brian Sooy and Laura Wills. Programming also included workshops given by Clark (Calligraphy) and Downer (Sign Painting). Report by Microsoft. Report at Typographica. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2003 was held in Minneapolis, MN, from July 17-20, 2003. More than 60 speakers were lined up at TypeCon2003, including Jill Bell, Peter Bilak, Leslie Cabarga, Matthew Carter, Mike Cina, Rick Cusick, Joshua Darden, John Downer, Dave Farey, Victor Gaultney, Jemma Gura, Sibylle Hagmann, Allan Haley, Kent Lew, Akira Kobayashi, James Montalbano, Joachim Müller-Lancé, Jim Parkinson, Ilene Strizver, Armin Vit, and participants from Aesthetic Apparatus, Letterror, Miniml, Test Pilot Collective, Typographica, and Typophile. Armin Vit's report. Jemma Gura's pictures. John Butler's pictures. Richard Kegler's pictures. Keith Tam's pictures. Tony Di Pietro's pictures. Laurence Penney's pictures. Gary Munch's pictures. Brian Bonislawsky's pictures. Tony de Marco's pictures. Type gallery of new type presented. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2004 was held in San Francisco's Hotel Nikko from July 22-25. Speakers include Roger Black, Matthew Carter, John Downer, Dave Farey, David Lance Goines, Shelley Gruendler, Allan Haley, Michael Harvey, Cyrus Highsmith, Alastair Johnston, Max Kisman, Akira Kobayashi, Mike Kohnke, Tony de Marco, Joachim Müller-Lancé, Jim Parkinson, Claudio Rocha, Freda Sack, Erik Spiekermann, and Armin Vit. Reports by Cheshire Dave, Typographica, the Typophile community. Photos by Karl Frankowski, Andy Clymer, Chris Lewis, Gary Munch, Joshua Lurie-Terrell, Keith Tam, Frank Jonen, Jill Bell, Zara Evens, Joshua again, Mark Simonson, Jan Middendorp, Richard Kegler, Max Kisman. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2005 was held at the Parsons School of Design in New York City from 20-24 July. Speakers included Peter Bain, Ed Benguiat, Peter Bruhn, Louise Fili, Stefan Hattenbach, Alessio Leonardi, Yves Peters, and Paula Scher. Mark Simonson's report. Yves Peters' report. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2006 was held in Boston's Hyatt Regency from August 9-13. Speakers included: Audrey Bennett (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), John "Fud" Benson, Jared Benson (Punchcut / Typophile), Nick Benson (The John Stevens Shop), William Berkson, David Berlow (The Font Bureau), John D. Berry, Arlette Boutros (Boutros International), Mourad Boutros (Boutros International), Ronn Campisi (Ronn Campisi Design), Matthew Carter (Carter and Cone), Stephen Coles (Typographica / FontShop), Nancy Sharon Collins, Jon Coltz (Daidala), James Craig (Designing with Type), Keith Cross (Milk Row Studio), Simon Daniels (Microsoft Typography), David DeWitt (Monotype Imaging), Karen Dupré (Monotype Imaging), Dave Farey (HouseStyle Graphics), Norbert Florendo, Al Gowan, Maryanne Grebenstei (The Abbey Studio), Sibylle Hagmann (Kontour), Allan Haley (Monotype Imaging), Ted Harrison (FontLab), Cyrus Highsmith (The Font Bureau), Kit Hinrichs (Pentagram Partners), Mark Jamra (Type Culture), Bruce Kennett (Bruce Kennett Studio), Kent Lew, Brenda Lorenzo (Monotype Imaging), Jim Lyles (Bitstream), Steve Matteson (Ascender Corporation), Gillian Mothersill (Ryerson University), Megan O'Connell (University of Oregon / Dead Skin Press), Mike Parker (The Font Bureau), Joseph Pemberton (Punchcut / Typophile), Thomas Phinney (Adobe Systems), Ricard Marxer Piñón, Paul Shaw (LetterPerfect), Nancy Skolos and Tom Wedell (Skolos/Wedell), Brian Sooy (Altered Ego Fonts), Bruno Steinert (Linotype Library), Clif Stoltze (Stoltze Design (Inc.), Ilene Strizver (The Type Studio), George Thompson (No Bodoni Typography), Adam Twardoch (FontLab), Tiffany Wardle, Jim Wasco (Monotype Imaging), Robin Williams, Halstead York (Extensis), Steve Zafarana (Bitstream), Sue Zafarana (Bitstream). [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2007 was held in Seattle from August 1-7. The speakers are Christine Ahonen, Marian Bantjes, Ali Basit, Jared Benson, David Berlow, John D. Berry, Roger Black, Robert Bringhurst, Jorge de Buen, Veronika Burian, Emilie Burnham, Andrew Byrom, Leslie Cabarga, Matthew Carter, Nadine Chahine, Art Chantry, Karen Cheng, Nancy Sharon Collins, Leonardo Vázquez Conde, Carl Crossgrove, Simon Daniels, John Downer, Mike Duggan, Rodney Shelden Fehsenfeld, Laura Franz, Jimmy Gallagher, Tim Girvin, Shelley Gruendler, Bruce Hale, Allan Haley, Chris Han, Bill Hill, Cyrus Highsmith, Gary Hustwit, Grant Hutchinson, Mark Jamra, Richard Kegler, Akira Kobayashi, Kevin Larson, Mikhail Leonov, Karl Leuthold, Peter Lofting, Emily Luce, Pete McCracken, Karen Madsen, Sergey Malkin, Anastasios Maragiannis, Frank J. Martinez, Steve Matteson, Gabriel Martínez Meave, Jeremy Mende, Edward Mendelson, Eric Menninga, Susan Merritt, James Montalbano, Carl Montford, Paul Nini, Amy Papaelias, Jon Parker, Mike Parker, Carolyn Parsons, Joseph Pemberton, Thomas Phinney, Pamela Pfiffner, Will Powers, Robynne Raye, Amy Redmond, Jay Rutherford, Judy Safran-Aasen, Aida Sakkal, Mamoun Sakkal, Murray Sargent, Dan Shafer, Juliet Shen, Nick Sherman, Nick Shinn, Miguel Sousa, Jessica Spring, Cary Staples, Michael Strassburger, Ilene Strizver, Adam Twardoch, Jim Wasco, Jenny Wilkson, Spyros Zevelakis, and Chris Zodrow.
TypeCon 2008 was held in the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo, New York, from July 15-20, 2008. The list of 70+ speakers included Chuck Bigelow, Matthew Carter, James Craig, John Downer, John Hudson, Dard Hunter III, Akira Kobayashi, Pete McCracken, Jan Middendorp, David Pankow, Elizabeth Resnick, Stefan Sagmeister, Paul Shaw, Erik Spiekermann, Ilene Strizver, Jakob Trollbäck and Doyald Young. The only drawback is cost: why 320 dollars registration if there are 24 "sponsors"? Full list of speakers: Adam Twardoch, Akira Kobayashi, Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Amelia Irwin, Ashley Pigford, Attila Korap, Ben van Dyke, Bill Davis, Bob van Dijk, Bonnie Barrett, Carl Crossgrove, Carole Goodman, Christopher Slye, Chuck Bigelow, Dard Hunter III, David Pankow, David Shields, Deborah Shmerler, Doyald Young, Eben Sorkin, Emily Luce, Erik Spiekermann, Erik van Blokland, Gary Munch, Gerry Leonidas, Hal Leader, Jakob Trollbäck, James Craig, Jan Conradi, Jan Middendorp, Jay Rutherford, John Collins, John Downer, John Hudson, Joost Roozekrans, Judith Aronson, Judy Ross, Juliet Shen, Justine Nagan, Ken Barber, Kent Lew, Kim Elam, Liz Resnick, Mark Jamra, Mary Hart, Matthew Carter, Michael Clark, Michael Hersrud, Michelle Bowers, Miguel Sousa, Mike Cina, Mike Parker, Milka Broukhim, Nancy Ciolek, Nancy Rorabaugh, Nancy Sharon Collins, Oscar Smeulders, Patrick Griffin, Paul Hunt, Paul Shaw, Pete McCracken, Richard Kegler, Rick Griffith, Rob Keller, Roger Black, Saad D. Abulhab, Shelley Gruendler, Shelly Bronson, Simon Daniels, Stefan Sagmeister, Stephen Coles, Stephen Rapp, Steve Matteson, Ted Harrison, Thomas Milo, Will Powers. Mike Cina's report. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2009 was held in Atlanta, Georgia, July 14-19, 2009, at the Center for Design Study. The Atlanta Site Committee Chairs were Hank Richardson, Nancy Rorabaugh, Albert Whitley, and Joey Hannaford. Speakers include Matthew Carter, John Downer, Craig Eliason, Peter Enneson, Shelley Gruendler, Stefán Kjartansson, Akira Kobayashi, Kevin Larson, Gerry Leonidas, Mathieu Lommen, Brian Lucid, Bruno Maag, Vítor Quelhas, Hank Richardson, Stuart Sandler, Paul Shaw, Jim Sherraden, and Ilene Strizver. Pictures (mostly by Eben Sorkin). [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2010 took place at the Century Plaza Hyatt Regency in Los Angeles, from August 17-22. The speakers included Akira Kobayashi, Doyald Young, Jill Bell, Teri Kahan, Andrew Byrom, Sean Adam, Richard Kegler, Kevin Larson, J.-F. Porchez, Hrant Papazian, Hank Richardson, Matthew Carter, John Downer, Gerald Bieler, Chaz Bojorquez, Ricardo Martins, Johanna Drucker, Kris Sowersby, Denise Gonzales Crisp, Shelley Gruendler, Miguel Sousa, Adam Twardoch, Satya Rajpurohit, Roger Black and Adrian Wilson. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2011 took place in New Orleans from July 5-10, 2011, at the Royal Sonesta. Dedicated web page. Speakers: Lynne Baggett, Ed Benguiat, William Berkson, David Berlow, John D. Berry, Scott Boms, Veronika Burian, Aaron Carambula, Nancy Sharon Collins, Viviana Cordova, Bill Davis, Carolina de Bartol, Luke Dorny, John Dowling, John Downer, Angela Driscoll, Carol Fillip, Lorrie Frear, Mehmet Gözetlik, Will Hill, Jessica Hische, Otmar Hoefer, Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Mark Jamra, John Jennings, Kenneth Jones, Akira Kobayashi, Jenny LeBlanc, Gerry Leonidas, Ian Lynam, Grahame Lynch, Erik Marinovich, Ricardo Martins, Erin McLaughlin, Vince Mitchell, Anita Nottingham, Sharon Oiga, Ketty Miranda Orozco, Leonard Otillio, Dr. Kayanna Pace, David Peacock, Thomas Phinney, Rafael Díaz Rey, Nancy Rorabaugh, Anthony Rozak, David Rozak, Yvette Rutledge, José Scaglione, Juliet Shen, Neil Summerour, Guy Villa, Brian Warren, Jim Wasco, Marcin Wichary, and Onur Yazicgil.
Reports and pictures. Flickr page. Pictures by Frank Rolf. Twitter page. Applied Arts Magazine: Missives from the Field at TypeCon 2011. InvadeNOLA: TypeCon2011 Recap. Felt & Wire: TypeCon Lagniappe. Uppercase Magazine: TypeCon2011 Recap #1. Uppercase Magazine: TypeCon2011 Recap #2. Uppercase Magazine: TypeCon2011 Recap #3. Uppercase Magazine: TypeCon2011 Recap #4. Uppercase Magazine: TypeCon2011 Recap #5. Flickr: TypeCon (and New Orleans) Photos by Scott Boms. Flickr: TypeCon (and New Orleans) Photos by Andy van der Raadt. Flickr: TypeCon (and New Orleans) Photos by Corey Holms. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2012 took place at the Inercontinental Milwaukee, from July 31 until August 5, 2012. There was a close cooperation with the Hamilton Wood Type&Printing Museum in nearby Two Rivers, WI.
The speakers: Bethany Armstrong, Jo De Baerdemaeker, Steve Bardolph, Nathan Adam Beadel, Roger Black, Scott Boms, Antonio Cavedoni, Nancy Sharon Collins, Rafael Diaz, John Downer, Nathalie Dumont, Craig Eliason, James Fritz, Patrick Giasson, Emily Gordon, The Heads of State, Cyrus Highsmith, Mark Jamra, Akira Kobayashi, Craig Kroeger, Indra Kupferschmid, Gerry Leonidas, Jean-Baptiste Levee, Ian Lynam, Kamal Mansour, Ricardo Martins, Steve Matteson, Erin McLaughlin, Kathleen Meaney, Ketty Miranda, Vince Mitchell, Gillian Mothersill, Bill Moran, Jim Moran, Sharon Oiga, Amy Papaelias, Matthew Peterson, Thomas Phinney, Ashley John Pigford, Dan Reynolds, Daniel Rhatigan, Steve Ross, Jay Rutherford, Yvette Rutledge, Stuart Sandler, Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Amie Segal, David Shields, Julie Spivey, Sumner Stone, Neil Summerour, Jason Cranford Teague, Tricia Treacy, Guy Villa, Erik Vorhes, Carey Watters. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2013 took place from 21-25 August 2013 at the Hilton Portland Executive Tower in Portland, OR. The keynote speaker was Adrian Shaughnessy. The other speakers included Carol Aitken, Monika Bartels, Agnes Barton-Sabo, Aaron Bell, Amir Berbic, John D. Berry, Kurt Campbell, Matthew Carter, Jillian Coorey, Carl Crossgrove, Crystian Cruz, Rafael Díaz Rey, John Downer, Colleen Ellis, Jules Remedios Faye, John Francis, Kalapi Gajjar-Bordawekar, Annabelle Gould, Frank Griesshammer, Paul Herrera, Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Paul D. Hunt, Richard Kegler, Jeff Kellem, Jim Kidwell, Akira Kobayashi, John Labovitz, Alyssa Lang, Kevin Larson, Faythe Levine, Sam Macon, Ryan Mandell, Daniela Marx, Kitty Maryatt, Steve Matteson, Pete McCracken, Erin McLaughlin, Steve Mehallo, Jeff Moore, Bill Moran, Alejandro Paul, Michelle Perham, Matthew Peterson, Thomas Phinney, Kyle Read, David Jonathan Ross, Bill Sarnecky, Rob Saunders, Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Adrian Shaughnessy, Paul Shaw, Jeff Shay, Miguel Sousa, Donna Marie Stepien, Neil Summerour, Barbara Tetenbaum, Bradley Tober, Nahid Tootoonchi, Augusta (Aggie) Toppins, Tricia Treacy, Ben Trissel, Erik Vorhes, Jim Wasco, Laura Worthington, Fu-Chieh Wu, and Onur Yazicigil. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeCon 2014 took place from July 30-August 3, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Washington, DC. Speakers included Aaron Bell, Thierry Blancpain, Scott Boms, Matthew Carter, Nadine Chahine, Nancy Sharon Collins, John Collins, Carl Crossgrove, Silas Dilworth, John Paul Dowling, John Downer, Kimberly Elam, Rachel Elnar, Lauren Emeritz, Allison Fisher, Martina Flor, Tobias Frere-Jones [keynote speaker], Kimya Gandhi, Victor Gaultney, Ryan Gibboney, Mitch Goldstein, Amber Goodvin, Mary Hart, Brockett Horne, John Hudson, Richard Hunt, Mark Jamra, Rob Keller, Sean King, Laura Kinneberg, Akira Kobayashi, Sarang Kulkarni, Alice J. Lee, Ann Lemon, David Lemon, Gerry Leonidas, Lara McCormick, Jennifer Messenger-Heilbronner, Aoife Mooney, Corinne Nakamura-Rybak, Hrant Papazian, Ashley John Pigford, Jeff Pulaski, Stephen Rapp, David Jonathan Ross, Rob Saunders, Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer, Georg Seifert, Debi Sementelli, Dustin Senos, Sang-Duck Seo, Nick Shinn, Mark Simonson, Gabriel Solomons, Michael Stinson, Sumner Stone, Dana Tanamachi, Tricia Treacy, Liron Lavi Turkenich, Guy Villa, Mila Waldeck, Brian Warren, Jim Wasco, Julian Waters, Terrance Weinzierl, Marcin Wichary and Xandra Zamora.
TypeCon is SOTA's conference. TypeCon Wikipedia link. TypeCon venues:
Conference held in Wellington, New Zealand, from 5-9 February 2008, and from 11-15 February 2009, again in Wellington. Speakers at the 2009 event included Erich Alb, Stephen Banham, Donald Beekman, David Bennewith, Walter Bohatsch, Kyle Cooper, Masayoshi Kodaira Indra Kupferschmid, Bruno Maag, Sarah Maxey, Christian Schwartz, and Leonardi Sonnoli. It was organized by Catherine Griffiths, a typographer. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeTalks2---the second edition of the symposium---took place at the University of Arts in Poznan, Poland, from 18-19 June 2011, and was organized by David Brezina and Anna Giedrys in collaboration with the University of Arts in Poznan and the Foundation of the Academy of Fine Arts. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypeTalks Symposium 2013 was held in Brno, Czechia, on September 6-7, 2013. This third symposium was organized by the Rosetta Type Foundry and Anna Giedrys. Speakers included David Brezina (the founder of the Typetalks series), Ben Mitchell, Sonia de Puineuf, Goran Patlejch, Claus Eggers Sørensen, Radoslav Vecerka, Laura Meseguer, Jasso Lamberg, and Erik van Blokland. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fontshop conference held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, May 13-15, 2004. Speakers include Robert Bringhurst, the people from Underware, Jan Middendorp, Stefan Sagmeister, Jürgen Sterzenbach, Andreas Stötzner, Alexander Nagel, Boris Brumnjak, House Industries, Indra Kupferschmid, Markus Hanzer, Rudolf Paulus Gorbach and the Fontlab team. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fontshop conference held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, May 19-21, 2005. Speakers include Katrin Androschin (D), Jill Bell (USA), Johannes Bergerhausen (D), Wolfgang Blöggel (D), Michael Braungart (D), Henning Brehm (D), Neville Brody (USA), Johannes Erler (D), Ralf Grauel (D), Juli Gudehus (D), Lutz Hackenberg (D), Markus Hanzer (A), Susanne Hauser (D), Jörn Hintzer (D), Jakob Höfner (D), Detlef Hü¼nnecke (D), Zinaida Iller (BG), Chip Kidd (USA), René Knip (NL), Yang Liu (D), Uwe Loesch (D), Saki Mafundikwa (ZW), Martin Majoor (NL), Albert-Jan Pool (NL), Andrea Rauschenbusch (D), Claudio Rocha (BR), Raban Ruddigkeit (D), Hinrich Sachs (D), Clemens Schedler (A), Bruno Schmidt (CH), Orhan Tancgil (D), Jakob Trollbäck (USA), and Armin Vit (USA). Report by Ilya Ruderman (in Russian), continued here. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fontshop conference held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, May 18-20, 2006. Speakers include Gail Anderson, Martin Baltes, Donald Beekman, Peter Bruhn, David Carson, Kathryn Cho, Lars Denicke, Andreas Eigendorf, Liza Enebeis, Johannes Erler, Laura Fauth, Arne Fehmel, Andreas Frohloff, Daniel Gjøde, Ralf Grauel, Jörg Gudehus, Juli Gudehus, Günder/Dommer/Siebert, Akiem Helmling, Magnus Hengge, Fons Hickmann, Rasso Hilber, Gabriele Ingrassia, Korbinian Kainz, Hjalti Karlsson, Richard Kegler, Chip Kidd, Sami Kortemaki, Kalle Lasn, Claudius Lazzeroni, Ralf Lobeck, Ellen Lupton, Mathias Mertens, Hugo Puttaert, Steffen Sauerteig, Clemens Theobert Schedler, Holger Schmidhuber, Annette Schneider, Piet Schreuders, David Small, Svend Smital, Erik Spiekermann, Peter Thaler, Katja Thoring, Andreas Trogisch, Adam Twardoch, Erik van Blokland, Just van Rossum, Kai Vermehr, Sven Voelker, Simon Waterfall, Reto Wettach, Jan Wilker and Oliver Wurm. Flickr photos. Pictures on Thorsten Wulff's page. Comments and links by Dan Reynolds. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fontshop conference to be held at the Berliner Congress Center from May 17-19, 2007, on the theme of Music. Speakers include Clive Bruton, Lutz Hackenberg, Markus Hanzer, Kim Hiorthøy, House Industries, Richard Kegler, Yang Liu, Horst Moser, Sander Neijnens, Hans Reichel, Moritz mo. Sauer, Piet Schreuders, Henry Steinhau, Niklaus Troxler, Frank Westermann and Werner J. Wolff. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fontshop conference held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, May 29-31, 2008. Speakers include Martin Amman, Marian Bantjes, Jonathan Barnbrook, Ed Benguiat, David Berlow, Double Standards, Oded Ezer, Stephanie Fortmann, Stefanie Grebe, Daniel M. Hartz, Dietmar Henneka, Steve Heller, Rian Hughes, Alison Jackson, Yang Liu, Katrin Meyer, Horst Moser, onlab / Nicolas Bourquin, Jim Rakete, Rich Roat (House Industries), Stefan Sagmeister, Christian Schwartz, Erik Spiekermann, Lita Talerico, Dieter Telfser, and Vier5. On Dietmar Henneka, this great collection of quotes:
Fourteenth FontShop Design Conference, May 21-23, 2009, held in Berlin. Registration: 645 Euros. The theme is Space. The main speakers are Joshua Davis, Mario Lombardo and John Downer. Other speakers include Tim Ahrens, Timothy Donaldson, Heide Hackenberg, Markus Hanzer, Peter Higgins, Chip Kidd, Heidrun Osterer, Jona Piel, Judith Schalansky, Nick Shinn, Philipp Stamm, and Gerard Unger. Reports&blog. Photographs of some speakers. [Google] [More] ⦿
Fifteenth FontShop Design Conference, May 20-22, 2010, Berlin. Registration: 670 Euros. The theme was Passion. The main speakers were, in alphabetical order, Roman Arnold, Jonathan Barnbrook, Erwin K. Bauer, Hartmut Bohnacker, Veronika Burian, David Carson, Candy Chang, Jan Chipchase, Malte Christensen, Diederik Corvers, Dragan Espenschied, Andreas Frohloff, Ivo Gabrowitsch, Daniel Gjøde, Heide Hackenberg, Christian Hanke, Ralf Herrmann, Fons Hickmann, Richard Kegler, Rob Keller, Erik Kessels, Alexandra Korolkova, Peter Kruse, Michael Kubens, König Bansah, Eike König, Julia Laub, Alessio Leonardi, Knut Maierhofer, Laura Meseguer, Jan Middendorp, Yves Peters, Jörg Petruschat, Oliver Reichenstein, Dan Reynolds, Rich Roat, Joachim Sauter, Florian Alexander Schmidt, Piet Schreuders, Carlos Segura, Julian Smith, Erik Spiekermann, Torsten Stapelkamp, Studio Dumbar, Andrea Tinnes, Bastian Unterberg, Erik van Blokland, Paul van der Laan, Uta von Debschitz, Thilo von Debschitz, Yanone, and Julian Zimmermann. [Google] [More] ⦿
Sixteenth FontShop Design Conference, May 19-21, 2011, Berlin. Registration: 700 Euros. It was held at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. The theme is Shift. The main speakers were, in alphabetical order, Tim Ahrens, Randa Abdel Baki, Jörg Becker, Johannes Bergerhausen, Donald Beekman, Peter Bilak, Petr van Blokland, Alexander Branczyk, Todd Childers, Malte Christensen, Christopher Çolak, Tina Frank, Andreas Frohloff, Damian Gerbaulet, Pascal Glissmann, April Greiman, Shelley Gruendler, Markus Hanzer, Jost Hochuli, Michael Johnson, Christoph Keese, Robin Kinross, Lukas Kircher, Jason Edward Lewis, Jörn Loviscach, Sebastian Meier, Heike Nehl, Christoph Niemann, Wolfgang Pauser, Florian Pfeffer, Martin Poschauko, Thomas Poschauko, Rathna Ramanathan, Oliver Reichenstein, Roland Reuß, Donald Roos, Sybille Schlaich, Pierre di Sciullo, Kris Sowersby, Frantisek Storm, and Pascal Zoghbi. [Google] [More] ⦿
Seventeenth FontShop Design Conference, May 17-19, 2012, Berlin. Registration: 650 Euros. It was held in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. The theme was Sustain. The main speakers were Andy Altmann (why not associates), Lupi Asensio (twopoints.net), Ruedi Baur (ruedi-baur.eu), Matthew Butterick (buttericklaw.com), Kirsten Dietz (Strichpunkt), Carima El-Behairy (P22), Jeff Faulkner (agiantgirl.tumblr.com), Maurice Göldner (kurs26.de), Jessica Hische (jessicahische.is), John Hudson (considerwhat), Nat Hunter (Airside), Stefan Kiefer (Spiegel), Hanif Kureshi (handpaintedtype.com), Martin Lorenz (twopoints.net), Shoko Mugikura (Just Another Foundry), Lars Müller (Lars Müller Publishers), Morag Myerscough (studiomyerscough.com), Michael Schirner (michael-schirner-bye-bye.de), Petz Scholtus (Pöko Design), Elliot Jay Stocks (elliotjaystocks.com), Nina Stössinger (ninastoessinger.com), Jan Teunen (teunen-konzepte.de), Susanne Zippel (Mittelpunkt-Zhongdian). [Google] [More] ⦿
Nineteenth FontShop Design Conference, May 15-17, 2014, Berlin. Registration: 650 Euros. It was held in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. The theme was Roots. The main speakers included the following type designers: Peter Bilak, Petr van Blokland, Yanone. [Google] [More] ⦿
This is one in a regular series of type design workshops held in Slovenia since ca. 2007. Typefaces were created by these participants in Ljubljana: Martin Fujan (Talschrift), Uros de Gleria (Not yet pro), Domen Fras (Narod Krepak), Mina Arko (Kampula), Eleni Beveratou (Untitled), Nikos Georgopoulos (Koumpa), Lucijan Bratus (Slova OT 1, 2 and 3). [Google] [More] ⦿
This is one in a regular series of type design workshops held in Slovenia since ca. 2007. Typefaces were created by these participants: Ajda Bevc (Leprechaun), Aljaz Vesel (Emsley), Anja Delbello&Pika Novak (Saga), Lucijan Bratus (Makalonca), Masa Majce (Mashonique), Matic Leban (Rozmarin), Miha Zajec (Puding), Nejc Prah (Meg), Urska Alic (Gunabrez), Domen Fras (Pesjan Debu). [Google] [More] ⦿
An outgrowth of TYPO Berlin, TYPO London started in 2011, and hopes to become an annual event. It was organized by the industry (FontShop) for industry. The scope was very wide, covering design in general. There was a typographic component. The 2011 meeting took place from 20-22 October in Logan Hall, University of London. Speakers in 2011 included King Bansah, Michael Bierut, Neville Brody, Jonathan Ellery, Jeff Faulkner, Tim Fendley, Dale Herigstad, Nat Hunter, Gary Hustwit, Michael B Johnson, Chip Kidd, Eva-Lotta Lamm, Pamela Mead, Morag Myerscough, Joachim Sauter, Karin von Ompteda, Lawrence Weiner, Marina Willer, and Julian Zimmermann. Type design was confined to Saturday, and featured Bruno Maag, Jonathan Barnbrook and Ivo Gabrowitsch. Pic by Juergen Siebert. [Google] [More] ⦿
TYPO, one of Europe's popular design conferences [see TYPO Berlin and TYPO London], will add an annual event in San Francisco, starting in 2012. TYPO San Francisco 2012 took place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), April 5-6, 2012 centering around the theme Connect. The speakers were mostly graphic designers, not type designers---the type design community is represented by Jim Parkinson (type designer), Jessica Hische (type designer), Yves Peters (type critic) and Neville Brody (type destroyer).
TYPO's annual event in San Francisco took place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), April 11-12, 2013 centering around the theme Contrast. The speakers included a mix of type and graphic designers, with an occasional software guy thrown in for good measure. The list: Jessi Arrington, Ludovic Balland, Marian Bantjes, Peter Bil'ak, Matthew Butterick, Keetra Dixon, Jens Gehlhaar, Meena Kadri, Erik Kessels, Somi Kim, Travis Kochel, Eike (Hort) Koenig, Faythe Levine, Tom Manning, Christoph Niemann, Mike Salisbury, Satsuki Shibuya, Erik Spiekermann, Jeff Veen, Armin Vit, Ursus Wehrli. [Google] [More] ⦿
TYPO's annual event in San Francisco took place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), April 10-11, 2014 around the theme of rhythm. The speakers included a mix of type and graphic designers, with an occasional software guy thrown in for good measure. The list included type designers Boris Kochan, Gabriel Martinez Meave, Dan Rhatigan, René Knip, David John Ross, Yanone and Sibylle Haggman. The star speaker was Victor Moscoso, a poster artist from the psychedelic era. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type and graphic design conference, held from 28-30 April 2005 at the University of Beirut, Lebanon. Organized by Zeina El Abed, Nathalie Fallaha and Yasmine Taan, this conference was free of charge and drew 800 people.! Speakers included Ken Garland, Gerry Leonidas, Huda Smishuijzen AbiFares, Reza Abedin, Nadine Chahine, Jean-François Porchez, Heinz Widmer, Tarek Atrissi, Stephen Banham, Johannes Bergerhausen, Filip Blazek, Ashwini Deshpande, Zantides Evripides, Ben Hannam, Lazlo Lelkes, Zeina Maasri, Peter Martin, Stuart Medley, Dan Reynolds, Jennifer Spoon, and Bruno Steinert. Report by Dan Reynolds. Pictures by Porchez (change the 7 to 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 for more). [Google] [More] ⦿
Typography Day was organized for the fifth time in 2012 (1st-3rd March) at the Industrial Design Centre (IDC) at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) with support from India Design Association (InDeAs) and Aksharaya. The event will include an international conference which will be devoted to addressing issues faced by type designers, type users and type educators. The theme for this year's event is Typography in Publication Design. The speakers whose talks touch upon type design include
Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, June 27-30, 2002, organized and hosted by the University of Macedonia. Speakers include Jacques André, Andrew Boag, Christopher Burke, Mary Dyson, John Hudson, David Lemon, James Mosley, Jean-François Porchez, Michael Twyman, Gerard Unger, and Karel van der Waarde. CVs of the speakers. The Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Typography&Visual Communication were published in 2004 by University of Macedonia Press. Articles in English by John Bowman, Justin Howes, Yannis Haralambous, Ole Lund, Petra Cerne Oven, Milena Dobreva, Manolis Savidis, James Mosley, Barry Roseman, Peter Karow, Maria Nicholas, Stephan Fuessel, Mary Dyson, Victor Koen, Michael Twyman, Phil Baines, Andrew Boag, Paul Stiff, Karel van der Waarde, Jannis Androutsopoulos, Petr van Blokland, Garrett Boge, Evripides Zantides, Alan Marshall, Christopher Burke, Jean-François Porchez, Simon Daniels, David Lemon, Hrant Papazian, Sadik Karamustafa and others, and edited by Klimis Mastoridis. [Google] [More] ⦿
TypoTage 2004 was held from 9-11 July 2004 in Leipzig. This report by Silvia werfel and Michael Bundscherer describes the talks by Kurt Weidemann, Akiem Helming, Werner Schneider, Jovica Veljovic, Albert Pinggera, Albert-Jan Pool, Martin Majoor, Hans Eduard Meier, Hildegard Korger, Gert Wunderlich, Ole Schäfer, Veronika grüger, Karl-Heinz Lange, Erhard Kaiser, Günter Gerhard Lange, Andreas Seidel, and Ingo Preuss. [Google] [More] ⦿
Font technology forum from 21-23 February 2003 organized by Linotype at the Print Media Academy in Heidelberg, Germany. This was intended for type designers and font specialists. Report. Pictures by Michael Bundscherer. Pictures by Jill Bell. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference organized by Linotype in London, 17-19 February 2005. Speakers. Linotype people speaking here include Bruno Steinert (the boss), Thomas Caldwell (European language support), Nadine Chahine (Arabic type support), and Attila Korap (computer wiz). The meeting is principally by and about Linotype, Adobe, Microsoft and FontLab. Linotype report. Ben Kiel's write-up. [Google] [More] ⦿
Conference organized by Linotype in Frankfurt, 27-29 April 2007. The main speaker is Christian Schwartz. The list of other speakers includes Frank E. Blokland (Dutch Type Library), Christopher Chapman (Monotype Imaging Inc.), Peter Constable (Microsoft Corporation), Akira Kobayashi (Linotype GmbH), Attila Korap (Linotype GmbH), Serge Malkin (Microsoft Corporation), Thomas Merz (PDFLib), Tobias Meyerhoff (Linotype GmbH), David Opstad (Monotype Imaging Inc.), Carolyn Parsons(Microsoft Corporation), Thomas Phinney (Adobe Systems Inc.), Joerg Schweinsberg (Linotype GmbH), Miguel Sousa (Adobe Systems Inc.), Adam Twardoch (FontLab Ltd.), Frank Wildenberg (Linotype GmbH), Juergen Willrodt (Dutch Type Library), Yuri Yarmola (FontLab Ltd.), and Seonil Yun. Pictures by Ralf Herrmann. Report by Dan Reynolds. [Google] [More] ⦿
Type meeting at the Schule für Gestaltung in St. Gallen, Switzerland, held from 20-22 September 2013. Speakers include Mathieu Lommen, Jost Hochguli, Erik Spiekermann, Veronika Burian, John Boardley, Willi Kunz, and Florian Hardwig. [Google] [More] ⦿
Ukrainian web site dedicated to a 2011 type competition. The ten finalists: Viktor Kharyk (Afont), Andrij Shevchenko (OK Office, Captain), Dmitri Rastvortsev (Open Storinka), Kiril Tkachov (Askold Sans, Askold Serif), Andrij Konstantinov (AK Font Arsenal), Dimitri Yarynych (Afont), Yaroslav Kutsch (Arsenal K), Markiya Yatsiv, Katerina Movchai (Arsenal), Yuliya Kuzmenko. Andrij Shevchenko eventually won the competition. His typeface is now called Arsenal and can be freely downloaded from the site. [Google] [More] ⦿
Three day workshop in which students at the Lycée Charles de Gaulle were taught how to change existing characters in fonts (in this case, Serifa Bold) by the people of Bluerats (Julien Janiszewski). This prompted a violent reaction from Jean-François Porchez who did not like this approach to teaching type design: Cest une très bonne manière de faire de futurs pirates, hugh, cette méthode me reste en travers de la gorge. Il faut pas sétonner si par la suite, certaines fontes bien connues feront des petits dans le dos. Certaines présentés sont déjà, et franchement visible, dans de mauvais draps. Concevoir une fonte, cest pas jouer avec quelques effets daprès une base, et la sauver sous un autre nom. Cest du piratage, pas moins. Cest proprement scandaleux. In any case, eight typefaces resulted from the workshop: