Hi, I'm doing a project on "engaging the audience" and getting them to feel inspired and appreciate typography, My audience is 4-16 year olds. My aim is to try and inspire 4-16 year olds to appreciate typography and possibly enjoy it more. I've done some secondary research into my age range and have even tried to make typography attractive via means of colour and shape but i'm not really getting much feedback when i approach people who stop and look. I was wondering if anybody may have some helpful suggestions or advice?


The School of Visual Concepts in Seattle is hosting a two-day educational event called Type Americana. It includes 8 talks on American type history, a hands-on type design workshop with Sumner Stone and another workshop printing with blocks from the Hamilton Wood Type Museum. Speakers: Steve Matteson, Patricia Cost, Juliet Shen, Thomas Phinney, Paul Shaw, Shelley Gruendler, Sumner Stone, Jim Moran, Bill Moran. Registration includes tickets to the Seattle premiere of Richard Kegler's film, "Making Faces: Wood Type in the 21st Century," and a Q&A session with Kegler. All 8 talks (incl. lunch), both workshops, and film admission: $275. Just the talks (incl. lunch) and film: $150. Workshops will be limited to 15 participants each, so register early!

Hi everyone:

This sample comes from the folks over at TREND Enterprises. They make posters and stuff for classroom bulletin boards, etc.

Here is a sample of one of their posters. Any ideas of what the font is?

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