Process Type Foundry lecture

Jan's picture

See it – here.

I just watched about half of it so far (total 1 hour 37 minutes!).
Very interesting.

csr's picture

Yeah this was really fun to watch! The Walker actually has a channel on Stream.us where you can watch these lectures live.
This really gave me a new admiration of Antique Olive (and I think I was pronouncing it wrong for years...)

William Berkson's picture

Thanks, that is very interesting. I particularly liked his contrast of pattern vs rhythm. Olson likes typefaces to have not simply pattern, but rhythm, by which means that they have a sense of momentum or forward motion. His illustration of how Klavika does this, as contrasted with one of this other faces was revealing.

Ricardo Cordoba's picture

Thanks for the link, Jan -- and I notice there are other Walker presentations listed to the right of the main screen.

Stefan H's picture

Yep. Very nice! I discovered it a month ago and even enjoyed it in my iphone ;-)

Nicole Dotin's picture

Hey, thanks for watching our lecture!

(As Richard mentions, there are a lot of other great design/art lectures that have happened at the Walker Art Center & were recorded. You can find them through iTunes or from the Walker's website: http://channel.walkerart.org/archive.wac)

Ricardo Cordoba's picture

Thanks for that link, Nicole. :-)

blank's picture

That one one of the most insightful lectures that I’ve seen in ages. Great work!

Nicole Dotin's picture

(Sorry about the name mix-up Ricardo! Symptomatic of posting too quickly...)

Ricardo Cordoba's picture

That's OK, Nicole. No harm done. And believe me, I am often guilty of posting too quickly, with comic results! ;-)

Ricardo Cordoba's picture

Now that I've watched the entire presentation, I wanted to thank Jan again for posting the original link. As James says, it's very insightful. And, I would add, informative! Thank you, Nicole and Eric.

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