Posts by Yves Peters

 

Lettres Modernes #2: See, Watch, Read

This quick post is specifically aimed at our French(-speaking) readers. This afternoon I leave for Caen, France where I will participate in the international symposium on typography Lettres Modernes #2 tomorrow and Friday, March 27–28. By inviting type designers, researchers and artists, this free event offers two days of reflection on how the coexistence of [...]

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Emil Yakupov Passes Away At Age 56

The last week of February was a horrific one for the type community. Within the space of three days we lost three personalities, each important to the world of typography in his own way – Peter Bruhn on February 22, and Mike Parker and Emil Yakupov on February 25. That Tuesday night at 22:30 Emil [...]

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Starry Eyes and True Detective Win SXSW Film Design Awards

The results for the 2014 SXSW Film Design Awards for Excellence in Poster and Title Design.

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Discover Typographica’s “Our Favorite Typefaces of 2013”

This early morning (local Belgian time) the news finally came in – Typographica announced it published their annual Our Favorite Typefaces. A fine gathering of type users and type creators each selected a typeface released in the past year and reviewed it. Free up half a day and take the time to read through it [...]

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Late Registration For TYPO “Rhythm” and “Roots” Starts Saturday

It is time to register for TYPO San Francisco “Rhythm” and/or TYPO Berlin “Roots” at either side of the Atlantic. Regular registration for both conferences ends Friday; from Saturday, March 1 on registration increases by $100 or €100 respectively. TYPO Berlin remains Europe’s greatest annual design conference, and TYPO San Francisco celebrates its third anniversary [...]

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Mike Parker Passes Away At Age 84

Mike Parker, consultant, type historian, and type designer at the Font Bureau, Inc. died on Monday, February 25, 2014.

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