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Gerry Leonidas Sep 14
The exceptional David Jonathan Ross is the recipient of the tenth Prix Charles Peignot at 🙌🎉
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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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ATypI Sep 14
Thank you Roman Wilhelm for an interesting analysis of multilingual typographic layout in 'Plantijn’s Biblia Polyglotta and Belgium from the perspective of multilingual typography' at in Antwerp!
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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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Tânia Raposo Sep 14
The winner of Prix Charles Peignot is revelead. Congratulations !
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ATypI Sep 14
Congratulations to on being honored with the 10th Prix Charles Peignot at in . It’s such a pleasure to recognize this innovative, kind, and generous member of our community. Inspirational.
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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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Norman Posselt Sep 13
The backside of eternity 2018 Antwerp.
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Ryan Bugden Sep 15
Some hama bead pixel lettering done with at
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Norman Posselt Sep 12
Matthew Carter on stage 2018 Antwerp.
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ATypI Sep 15
ATypI is happy to announce at in that will be in Paris!
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Type Network Sep 13
Our wonderful foundry partners Matthew Carter and Ramiro Espinoza . It’s a great pleasure to be in the same room with these kindred spirits at in beautiful .
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Sonja Knecht TXET Sep 16
Liebe geht durch die Serifen! // Love is in the details, or: Why I so totally love . This is of Antonio Cavedoni sharing his studies on Francesco Simoncini at . So fascinating. Read more here:
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Eye magazine Sep 12
See Adrian Harrison’s documentary short about – 6.30pm this Friday at , (The Belgian premiere)
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ATypI Sep 13
Thank you for presenting us with a fascinating background on the process of Japanese typeface design in ‘God is in the details' at in Antwerp!
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ATypI Sep 12
Thank you Iliana Moreno for your presentation ‘Dirty business: Buying and selling fonts’ at in Antwerp with lots of history, insights and concrete tips.
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Norman Posselt Sep 11
From earlier today 2018 Antwerp …
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Sonja Knecht TXET Sep 15
No, he’s not singing. – Pleasure to listen to Dan. Beautiful language, profound in content (needs to sink in though); and so well-dressed!
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mark_barratt Sep 15
Can I just repeat that? Do not use light weights of type for text - it is hard to read. That means Helvetica Light is NOT ALLOWED, OK? That’s official, so just stop it, graphic designers.
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ATypI Sep 14
Congratulations for receiving the very well deserved 10th Prix Charles Peignot at in Antwerp!
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