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

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News | Yves Peters | February 27, 2014

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 with an impressive line-up including names you will rarely be able to see in the United States. More than mere type conferences, each edition of TYPO covers a broad range of topics relating to design, culture and society that leave the audience inspired and invigorated. I spoke at some editions, attended others – heck, I even was at the proto-TYPOs FUSE London and FUSE Berlin in 1994 and 1995! –, and every single one of them were great events.

Both TYPO SF (April 10–11) and TYPO Berlin (May 15–17) just announced their schedules, with only Berlin still having to fill in one last slot.

TYPO San Francisco 2014 “Rhythm”

“Rhythm” “explores the cadence of the creative process, the underlying tempo of inspiration, and the beats of the design experience.” As usual a number of familiar names from within the type world caught my attention:

Follow the TYPO Berlin Blog for regular updates and mini-interviews with speakers. Oh, did I mention you are so lucky you get to see René Knip’s work?

TYPO Berlin 2014 “Roots”

“Roots” “is dedicated to the lasting values of design, which have accelerated at a dizzying speed thanks to total digitalisation – from the first draft right up to production.” I already wrote about TYPO Berlin, but as much as the familiar names I am excited to discover new speakers, because that is what makes the TYPO experience so great. Follow the TYPO Berlin Blog for regular updates and mini-interviews with speakers.

See you there?

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