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  1. Przemysław Sakrajda

    Berlin typography

    One of reasons I love Berlin is typography. From its neon shopfronts to its distinctive U-Bahn signs, Berlin is filled with stunning typography and letterforms. I just received a book by Jesse Simon “Berlin typography”. Lovely published, with hundreds of photos, and text in both English and German. I pre-ordered it a year ago and completely forgot, so it is a really nice surprise. Publisher: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.de/Buch/Berlin-Typography-dt-engl-/Jesse-Simon/Prestel/e575253.rhd Twitter: https://twitter.com/Berlin_Type It’s available on Amazon
  2. Ralf Herrmann

    BTS Away-Days 2016 Berlin

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    BTS Away-Days 2016, hosted by the UdK TypoLabor On the 29th and 30th of July 2016, the Berlin University of the Arts’ UdK TypoLabor will host the first Berlin Type School Away-Days. This is a free typography & type design festival for UdK design students – and professional designers, too. There is no admission fee, and no corporate sponsors. The schedule will still grow a bit over the next few weeks, as we add our morning workshops (these will be absolutely free, too). http://www.berlintype.com/index.php/away-days-2016-hosted-by-the-udk-typolabor/
  3. Ralf Herrmann

    TYPO Labs

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    Welcome to the 1st TYPO Labs font technology conference, hosted in the heart of Kreuzberg at Forum Factory. TYPO Labs is an offshoot of TYPO Berlin, dedicated to the new developments in font software creation, techniques, solutions and standards. Join our tribe of passionate font engineers, academicians, technologists and industry leaders from across the globe to learn, discuss and develop the tools and techniques that matter to you. WARNING: This is not your event if you only want to sit and listen; this is your event if you want to discuss, learn, share and work … in workshops, seminars, courses and presentations. Tickets are limited to 200 attendees. Hurry up to join the first font innovations summit, organised by the TYPO Berlin team. http://typotalks.com/labs/
  4. ESDIP Berlin

    Typography Seminar in Berlin

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    AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD OF TYPOGRAPHY! This seminar is designed to introduce you to the world of typography – learn the basics and improve your visual communication skills in just one day! Join renowned graphic designer Jorge Chamorro as he takes your through the basics of typography in this one-day seminar. Jorge will discuss graphic design, art, communication, typographers, foundries… You’ll learn how to work with letters and text, how to compose a page, how to use a grid, and more. The main objective of this seminar is to create a space for knowledge, reflection and debate, and to enjoy a day spent buried between letters and typefaces. Taught by Jorge Chamorro Jorge Chamorro (Madrid, 1972) is a graphic designer, teacher and collagist. He worked as a graphic designer for several studios and agencies, until he set up his own studio in Madrid in 2005, where he develops communication projects for different clients. He combines his work as a designer with teaching graphic design and other creative workshops. Besides designing and teaching, he develops artistic projects, mainly in the field of collage. He has exhibited regularly in a variety of venues and his work has been published in many national and international media. www.jorgechamorro.es WHEN: Saturday 12th March 11:00 – 18:00 HOW MUCH: €60 WHERE: ESDIP Berlin Grünberger Str 48 B 10245 Berlin www.esdipberlin.com More info: http://esdipberlin.com/typography-seminar-3/ Sign up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/typography-seminar-tickets-22265159692
  5. Ralf Herrmann

    TYPO Berlin 2016

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    TYPO Berlin 2016 »Beyond Design« // 12–14 May 2016 at HKW Berlin Infos on Speakers and Tickets soon on http://typotalks.com/berlin +Talks & Panels + Workshops + Exhibitions + TYPO Night 3 days, 4 stages, 60+ speakers
  6. Ralf Herrmann

    Beyond Tellerrand Berlin 2015

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    In 2010 Marc Thiele founded beyond tellerrand. The name beyond tellerrand expresses the aim, that everybody involved wants look a bit further, look beyond the edge. It also reflects the global perspective of the event. The expression is a mix of the English word “beyond” and the German phrase “Über den Tellerrand schauen,” which means “Think outside the box”. The exact translation for the sentence is “Take a look beyond the edge of the plate” … makes sense? ;) With Tobias Frere-Jones, Chip Kidd, Martina Flor, and many more. http://beyondtellerrand.com/events/berlin-2015
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Die Lettertypen

    Die Lettertypen is a letterpress workshop in Berlin run by Ralf Fischer.
  8. Ralf Herrmann

    p98a Letterpress Workshop

    p98a is an experimental letterpress workshop in Berlin dedicated to letters, printing and paper. A group of multi-­disciplined designers is exploring how letterpress can be redefined in the 21st century through research, printing, collecting, publishing and making things. They work with hot metal- and wood-type, several proof presses, a Heidelberg “Windmill” platen and other traditional analogue equipment, and combine those with digital techno­logies.
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    Martin Z. Schröder

    Martin Z. Schröder is a letterpress printer in Berlin.
  10. Ralf Herrmann

    Buchstabenmuseum Berlin

    The Buchstabenmuseum (“Museum of Letters”) was founded in 2005. It is a non-profit organization and devoted to preserving and documenting letterforms. Hundreds of signs have alredy been rescued from decay and the scrap heap. They are now on display in Berlin. The current address is Holzmarktstraße 66, near Alexanderplatz.
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