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Recent video just made on the spirit of letter carving, where I discuss lettering in stone with particular reference to memorials and the importance of detail. This video gives you an insight into the techniques and discipline involved in letter cutting in stone. For more information and to see the full transcript visit http://stoneletters.com/video or for a trailer of the video visit http://stoneletters.com
my name is Krzysztof Stryjewski and I am graphic design student from Poland and I would like to tell you about my master's project - typeseeing.
Typeseeing is meant to be a guide, collecting voices and thoughts on local typography from different parts of the world. If I receive enough answers, this small anthology will be published and everyone whose text is included in the book will receive a copy.
If you like project's idea and want to help me, please follow the video link below.
I would not only like to hear from you and see yours answers in this publication, but also would be very grateful for any support or sharing news about typeseeing in the world.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Krzysztof Stryjewski / typeseeing.wordpress.com
I've seen "Helvetica", "Linotype" and some short films...
So do you know of any interesting film/short film to watch related to type in any of it's awesome ways?
Anybody knows this font used in video credits?
This great little video, The Top Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Fonts, from type designer and lettering artist Jill Bell, has ten tips to help you get to know, love and use fonts better.
The video was revised and abridged from a presentation Bell gave at regional AAF Conference. Bell has designed fonts for ITC, Monotype and Adobe as well as numerous proprietary fonts for companies. She has judged Linotype and the Type Director's Club's font design contests, and spoken worldwide including at many type conferences.
Long time no post! Sorry about that. I got married, bought a house, had a kid-- forums were the first thing to get cut. I guess I was never super active here, but nevertheless I'm glad my account is still around. I still think of this as the premiere place to talk about type.
I work at the Chicago Humanities Festival, and we just posted a video of a presentation by Chicago designer Jason Pickleman. He's created identities and branding for some great restaurants and cultural organizations here in Chicago.
His talk covers three areas:
Hi guys, I'm looking to learn typography through video or audio lessons.
I googled it and except a few short youtubes I found nothing helpful, so any direction pointing will be helpful.
In conjunction with its exhibition Graphic Design: Now In Production, on exhibit in New York City this summer, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design museum had panel of 6 designers whose work appears in the exhibition. Each was asked to give a very brief—seven minute!—talk on a "Wicked Problem" in type design, with a panel discussion afterwards. Cooper Hewitt did a nice video of the event, which you can see here.
The six designers are Philippe Apeloig, Hubert Jocham, Henrik Kubel, Jeremy Mickel, Jesse Ragan and yours truly. Ellen Lupton and Cara Di Edwardo were the moderators.
Does anyone know which typeface is used through this video's credits? (I think it's easier to spot at the end, when it says "music by Agnes Obel, but I have no clue which typeface could be)
Well it's been an extremely long time since I've posted on here but I wanted to share a project that I've been working on with everyone. About six or seven months ago I started helping out with DesignChat.
DesignChat is a live video chat that airs every Wednesday night at 8pm CST. We broadcast from smbolic (formerly SamataMason) and interview some of the coolest people in the industry for about an hour each week. So far we've had some amazing guests like Milton Glaser, Erik Spiekermann, Debbie Millman, Jessica Hische and many others.
Not sure about the Cooper Black choice, though...
Both images are of the same font (note how the 'i' and 'o' are shaped). The first image I found in a Japanese anime website, in a wallpaper. The second image I found while watching an anime fansub.
I've tried Identifont and WhatTheFontFont?!, both didn't give me what I'm looking for, I guess this is a pretty rare font? Thanks in advance if any of you identify this font.