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Laura Meseguer Sep 13
“Women in type”, the presentation lead by Fiona Ross and about the contributions of women in type industry, based on their own research. It is great to have the website to get inmerser into it. Thanks!
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Yves Peters Sep 16
I am exhausted and barely saw any presentations, so all I can say is thank you to all the fabulous speakers who made an excellent conference and most of all thank YOU for attending and making it a success.
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Azza Alameddine Sep 15
Never realised how under-represented African writing systems are. are actually making great impact on many people in Africa by offering them a typeface they can message with. Check their amazing project
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Jo De Baerdemaeker Sep 17
the final bits and pieces of Antwerp 18 stored away. Lockdown until next year. A big thank you to all who attended and participated!
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Ellmer Stefan Aug 15
Replying to @ellmerstefan
Join my unofficial workshop «Naming Typefases» at in Antwerp!
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Borys Kosmynka Sep 18
is over. I am sitting on the plane, ready to lift off in few minutes. It was super intense, extremely exhausting, yet one of the best times I had in my life. Thank you so much for wonderful talks, and most of all thank you for great job to the best crew ever!
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Dutch Type Library Aug 30
Closing the circle: earlier today Stan Nelson sent us a couple of photos taken while he was cutting a punch of the /a from the digital revival of Hendrik van den Keere’s rotunda type Canon d’Espaigne (1574) as part of the DTL [Gros]Canon Project
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Dutch Type Library Sep 9
Available now: DTL Rosart PRO Ornaments . The more than 800 ornaments (divided over ten stylistic sets) are part of the extensive, exclusive and exquisite Rosart Project which will be presented Wednesday morning 12 Sep at .
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Carolina Laudon Sep 14
I am honoured to become a member of board together with . Looking forward to work with all the fantastic people on ATypI board. Special thanks to , and ! Let’s continue the amazing conference in Antwerp!
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Gerry Leonidas Sep 7
Very excited about next week: a great programme incorporating some key changes in front and behind the scenes, and a few surprise announcements, too. Especially looking forward to meeting first-time attendees/speakers 🤝
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Marc Foley Sep 16
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ATypI Sep 21
Just up! Fred Smeijers’ keynote. Part 1: Part 2:
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Wouter Soudan Sep 10
Spent the weekend setting up a new website, exclusively dedicated to my type and typography related design & research work. Happy to announce — Just in time for tomorrow’s start of
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iliana Guzman Sep 17
It took us 55 hours, 3 planes, another 3 flights we registered yet couldn’t get on, 2 taxis, 2 trains, 2 shuttles, 2 small airport buses, 1 tram, and 1 short drive, but we finally made it: WE ARE HOME. I would do it all over again to attend , yep it was all worth it 🤓
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Tamye Riggs Sep 14
I’m super happy that this wonderful person received ’s Prix Peignot. is a kind soul, and funny, and a brilliant type designer. But I really love that he’s a fellow newspaper geek—because journalism is where it’s at.
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VOX POP Sep 12
“Supporting the typographic community” is with resources for educators including the History of Letterforms and the Design Atlas - new online tools free of charge says
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Behdad Esfahbod Sep 12
As announced by at in Antwerp now: HarfBuzz is finally coming to
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Fred Smeijers Sep 12
Such a warm atmosphere during the last night opening lecture of Matthew Carter! There was anticipation and momentum, met with wit, humor, and a wonderful journey through experimental type design.
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María Ramos Sep 17
Some presentations from are already online. Including some of my favourites this year: ‘Women in type’ by Fiona Ross and , ‘Cultural Roads between Arabic and Latin’ by and ‘Sheqel for your thoughts’ by
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Jacques Le Bailly Sep 16
Thank you for this awesome week full good lectures and nice people.
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