33pt Typography Symposium Lectures On Vimeo

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News | Yves Peters | February 22, 2010

More and more conference organisations are posting presentations online. TYPO Berlin is doing a great job on their TYPO Berlin VideoBlog. Although the German ones have limited appeal for an international audience, we have announced a couple of the English-language ones on The FontFeed. Robothon – see also my reports on Unzipped [1] [2] [3] [4] – even went a step further, streaming the conference live, and making the integral conference available online afterwards. And today Martin Majoor tweeted that the 33pt typography symposium had posted a slew of video material on Vimeo. A good number of them are in English, like the presentations by Siggi Eggertson, Phil Baines, and FontStruct‘s Rob Meek & Frank Müller; and the Typeradio interviews of Autobahn, David Crow, and Rob Meek. Unfortunately Martin Majoor only remembered afterwards that he had done his presentation in German.


Siggi Eggertson at 33pt typography symposium / FH Dortmund, 2009 from Sandra Greiling on Vimeo.

Phil Baines at 33pt typography symposium / FH Dortmund, 2009 from Sebastian Tomczak on Vimeo.

Rob Meek & Frank Müller at 33pt typography symposium / FH Dortmund, 2009 from Sebastian Tomczak on Vimeo.

Interviewing Autobahn @ 33pt from Britta Mertens on Vimeo.

Interviewing David Crow from Britta Mertens on Vimeo.

Interviewing Rob Meek from Britta Mertens on Vimeo.

To see the 33pt lectures, interviews, or other related videos use the tag “33pt typography symposium” on Vimeo.
Header image: The 33pt typography symposium uses Steffen Sauerteig‘s brilliant typewriter face FF Typestar for its onscreen branding.

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1 Comment:

  1. Furthermore you can find a lecture of Jos Buivenga on our homepage. It’s also in English. More videos are to come very soon.

    Posted by Peter Hübert on Feb. 22, 2010

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