My MATD Blog

Bendy's picture

I'm now in Reading starting the one-year MATD course, and just in case anyone's interested in following my progress, I've started a blog over on Tumblr. A Year of Type Design will chart the excitement and challenges of my studies.

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riccard0's picture

Link doesn't work.

Bendy's picture

Thanks Riccardo, it's fixed now.

nina's picture

Works fine from here.
Good start Ben! :D

kentlew's picture

Cool, Ben. Good for you.

I envy you the focused immersion and access to resources (although, not necessarily all the coursework itself ;-).

Enjoy yourself and milk it for all it’s worth!

Bendy's picture

Thanks! I'm gonna figure out how to get a nicer Tumblr theme. Yeah, the workload is going to be huge, I just hope I don't get completely submerged and have no time to blog.

nina's picture

Although we potential spectators surely appreciate the thought, that should probably not be your primary concern. <8-)

dezcom's picture

Enjoy every minute there, Bendy!

Bendy's picture

For anyone interested, my typeface project, Lumen, is now posted to my Behance portfolio.

dezcom's picture

Good work, Bendy!

hrant's picture

As you know, I find this work quite impressive.

No public view of your magic arrows? :-)

hhp

Bendy's picture

Ha, I know. They didn't really fit the Behance format. Think I'm going to write a blog post about that, as I want to do justice to the idea before offering it for critique.

Chris, thank you! :)

Bendy's picture

Hrant, finally: Between black and white

hrant's picture

A big hug to you my friend.

hhp

hrant's picture

Thinking about your method more deeply, I realize that a good way to see it is as ligating the limen - the border between black and white (noting that type design is essentially liminographic). This is in contrast to Legato, which attempts to ligate black and white in parallel.

hhp

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