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News Item Programme announced for ATypI Working Seminar Amiens
Join us 6–7 February in beautiful, inspiring Amiens for a free event focusing on the current state of PhD research in type and typography.
Page ATypI Antwerp Team
Starting in 1957, every year ATypI has hosted the most important and only truly global event on type and typography. This, of course, requires a significant amount of experience and manpower. We are happy to present the team behind our 2018 conference.
Located in Conferences / Antwerp 2018
Media Athena Ruby
Athena Ruby: when shape has meaning. Presentation by John Hudson to ATypI Letter.2 in Buenos Aires on 4 October 2011
Located in Type & typography
Media Think it through!
Think it through! The long view on typeface design. Presentation by Gerry Leonidas and Fiona Ross to ATypI Letter.2 in Buenos Aires on 4 October 2011
Located in Type & typography
Media Expanding possibilities of typography
Expanding possibilities of typography. Presented by Peter Bilak to the ATypI Letter.2 conference in Buenos Aires on 4 October 2011
Located in Type & typography
Media Typeface for Prague enamel street signs
Typeface for Prague enamel street signs. Presentation by Filip Blažek to ATypI in Amsterdam on 12 October 2013
Located in Type & typography
Media text/texmacs Don’t design web fonts
Don’t Design Web Fonts. Presentation given by Cyrus Highsmith & David Jonathan Ross to ATypI in Amsterdam on 11 October 2013
Located in Type & typography
Media Octet Stream Alverata
Alverata, present-day European letters with roots in the middle ages. Presentation given by Gerard Unger to ATypI Amsterdam 2013 on 11 October 2013
Located in Type & typography
Media Making Mongolian & Balinese work in digital type
In this presentation, Jo De Baerdemaeker & Rainer Scheichelbauer explain the way traditional Mongolian and Balinese scripts work and which technical challenges they pose.
Located in Type & typography
Media New Transport
Updating, expanding and refining the UK Transport alphabet dating back to 1957, by Henrik Kubel. From the 2013 ATypI conference in Amsterdam.
Located in Type & typography