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  • Typography Weekly #122

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      Practica type design course starts again in November

      Practica is now two live, online courses that can be taken one after the other or separately. Learn typeface design from professionals and a community of typophiles.

      practicaprogram.com

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      Ezhishin: Conference On Native North American Typography

      Named after the Ojibwe word for “s/he leaves a mark”, Ezhishin was developed to facilitate conversation around the typographic needs of First Nations/Native American communities, and showcase lettering projects and typographic styles by Native designers.


      11/11/2022 until 11/13/2022

      www.tdc.org

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      Monotype Acquires Berthold

      “One of the world’s first widely used sans-serif typefaces, Akzidenz-Grotesk, joins the Monotype family along with more than 700 historic typefaces from the Berthold library.”

      www.monotype.com

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      Visiting Linotype & Machinery

      “I visited the revitalized manufacturing site of the British Linotype company and toured the buildings”

      realdougwilson.com

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      thomas gravemaker

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      Printers Fair in Amersfoort (the Netherlands)


      10/22/2022 until 10/23/2022

      drukkunstbeurs.nl

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      XYZ Type now offers paid trial versions

      “Start testing the full retail versions of our fonts in context before committing to a full license. Flat fee of $20 per family.”

      xyztype.com

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      Microsoft releases their emoji library as open source

      “Starting today, you can open source most of our emoji library on in Figma and on Github.”

      medium.com

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      A matter of taste: Typographic modernism in Italy under fascism

      In the 1930s, graphic designers found in fascist propaganda exhibitions and industrial advertising new spaces where an “Italian”-modernist visual language could be developed.

      fontstand.com

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