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  1. In 2021, four Berlin institutions collaborated to digitize a large part of their printed type specimen collections and make the images freely available online.
  2. 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
  3. Die Lettertypen is a letterpress workshop in Berlin run by Ralf Fischer.
  4. 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.
  5. Martin Z. Schröder is a letterpress printer in Berlin.
  6. 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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