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Ferdinand Ulrich

Ferdinand Ulrich is a typographer, researcher and editor. At p98a berlin he explores with Erik Spiekermann how letterpress can be redefined in the twenty-first century. He also researches and writes articles about type history, published in the US, in the UK and in Germany. Ferdinand taught typography in Halle and Potsdam and has given lectures at the MIT Media Lab and the Cooper Union. In 2016 he gave the closing talk at TYPO Berlin, honoring the lifetime achievement of Gudrun Zapf von Hesse. Ferdinand studied in Berlin and Pittsburgh and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Reading.

At ATypI Montreal 2017 Ferdinand Ulrich will be speaking at:

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