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Press Releases from Typevents LLP (20 total)

Bari becomes capital of creativity, printing and packaging

A week before the international conference Doom (Design once, output many), taking place from September 27th to 29th, is opening its doors at the Cittadella della Cultura in Bari, organizers are reporting strongly growing increase of interest from entrepreneurs in Italy and around Europe, related to the programme, that is confronting all active parts of the production-workflow from graphic design over printing to distribution of a product. Bari is turning

Printing, packaging and consumers

Doom, taking place from September 27th to 29th in Bari, Italy, is the first conference of its kind on international level, confronting technology, marketing and the consumer. The initiative involving important multinational companies active in the sectors of the food industry, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, as, for example, Nestlé, that use carton as packaging material are confronting these topics with the consumer world by taking a closer look at converters,

Type History Master Classes - 2-6 October 2007 Milan and Parma

Type History Master Class represents a unique opportunity to appreciate and enjoy the history of printed letterforms in the company of James Mosley and James Clough, two of the world’s foremost typographic authorities Type History Master Classes provides 5 days of lectures, library visits, punch cutting and type casting demonstrations - plus a walking tour of typographic Rimini! Under the expert guidance of Mosley and Clough, delegates will be invited to listen

Visual communication as 'eye-catcher' and can we rescue the English tradition in …

There are only 3 weeks to go until Imagine iT opens its doors. The conference promises a compelling programme of speakers including John Walters from Eye magazine (UK), who will present a round-table discussion - along with other international journalists and designers - on how to present visual communication in a magazine in order to attract the readers eye and to make it an enjoyable piece of writing of the

Imagine iT. The celebration of the cultural differences , SDZ and Typeradio as m …

Imagine iT. The celebration of the cultural differences, SDZ and Typeradio as media partners, more speakers, new sponsors, fundamental translations in Italian - discounted pricing ends this weekend (11.02.07) Imagine iT is shaping up to its final programme. We are proud to announce that more speakers of international recognition have confirmed their participation, such as Italian designer Giancarlo Iliprandi as well as Vince Frost living and working between the UK and

Imagine iT. The celebration of the cultural differences defines the programme of …

More than 30 speakers from 20 different countries, representing 15 nationalities. This results from the list of participating actors at Imagine iT, international conference and the first of its kind in Italy, that will discuss cultural differences in the world of writing, typography, graphic design and visual communication. The conference will take place at the Accademia di Belle Arti (Academy of Fine Arts) in Bologna, Italy from March 22 –

Bookings open for Imagine iT

Bookings are now open for Imagine iT – a celebration of cultural differences, the Academy of Fine Arts, Bologna, Italy, 22-24 March 2007. There is something for everyone at this 3-day conference, which has approx. 30 speakers from 15 countries all talking type and graphic design. Subjects range from the highbrow to the passionate and include both historical research and contemporary case studies. Imagine iT offers a well-balanced program

Inauguration of Typographic Rimini, under the patronage of AGI Italy

Rimini, October 30th. In close collaboration with the president of AGI’s Italian division Leonardo Sonnoli Typevents LLP has organized their latest walking tour ”Typographic Rimini”, that was inaugurated on Saturday October 21st, 2006. Special guest for this tour, that was open to only a small group of experts invited, was James Mosley, historian of international recognition, former director of the London-based and world-famous St Bride Library and Professor for typography

ATypI celebrates its 50th annual conference

Lisbon, Portugal Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI), the premier international organisation dedicated to type design, typography, and allied graphic arts, is holding its 50th annual conference 28 September–1 October 2006 in Lisbon, Portugal. This year marks the beginning of ATypI’s two-year celebration of half a century of representing the type business and the typographic community. “This year, in Lisbon,” says ATypI president Jean Francois Porchez, “ we are starting to

Typevents LLP celebrates its first birthday

It was just one year ago that Typevents was officially launched at TypoBerlin. Our thanks go to FontShop for allowing the use of its event for the unveiling of our new venture, and to Eric Spiekermann who sung our praises at the launch. From the start Typevents has been fortunate to have the support of several committed Partners from the print, paper and typographic communities who have encouraged and assisted

baseline magazine partners Typevents LLP

Typevents LLP is fortunate to have the active support of a number of companies from across the graphic communications sector and is delighted to welcome baseline international typographics magazine as its most recent partner. Typevents and baseline will be working together to connect the international typographic community with the allied industries of graphic design, art and craft, paper and print and other creative environments. Typevents and baseline share an

Fused Magazine partners Typevents for ‘Fast type, Slow type’ conference

Fused Magazine, a cutting edge West Midlands-based magazine, will be partnering Typevents at the ‘Fast type, Slow type’ conference to be held in Birmingham, 16-18 October 2006. With its broad readership that includes students, artists musicians and design professional Fused is exceptionally well paced to play a prominent role in helping Typevents attract the very best creative industries in Birmingham and the West Midlands to the conference ensuring this popular


Chitterlings is a new dining club for the printing, paper, type and graphic design industries. Established by Typevents LLP in conjunction with Beacon Press, Hurtwood Press and VIP Paper, Chitterlings provides a forum for critical debate and informed discussion amongst current members of the graphic arts communities. The event is designed to bring together, in an informal environment, the interdependent professions of design, print and paper in order to raise

Grotesk the 8th annual Tage der Typografie

June 15th – 18th 2006 Institut für Medien, Bildung und Kunst in Lage-Hörste, Germany ‘Grotesk!’ was the damning judgement on those 19th century type designers who did the unthinkable and made type without serifs. Contemporaries regarded them as dreadful to look at and nasty to use. But times change, and today, sans serif typefaces have become the norm, are regarded as ’modern’, and used in all circumstances

Typevents forms a Very Interesting Paper partnership

With its absolute knowledge of the design industry and thorough understanding of print, V.I.P., The Very Interesting Paper Co. Ltd., is the perfect partner for Typevents and its work with the allied industries of design, paper, print and type. V.I.P., in conjunction with Typevents, is planning a series of conferences, exhibitions and smaller events across the United Kingdom, which will bring together the interdependent professions of printing, paper and

‘Baskerville in the city’ and the ‘Fast type, slow type’ conference

This year John Baskerville—writing master, letter cutter, printer, typeface designer, and one time resident of Birmingham, UK—will be 300 years old. To celebrate this landmark in the life of Birmingham’s typographic genius, graphic designers, typographers and artists of all kind will be staging a series of creative events across the city in recognition of Baskerville’s spirit of non-conformity and celebration of his pursuit of the experimental. At the centre

Typevents joins forces with German design agency

Typevents LLP will be using its own printed publicity as a means of showcasing innovative, bold and imaginative design solutions from new, or up and coming design groups or individuals from around the world. To which end, Typevents is delighted to announce it has entered into a design-partnership with Iconstorm, a newly established Frankfurt-based Markentechnik Agency. Typevents have given Iconstorm a completely free-reign to create a range of publicity items

Temporary Type on the radio

Radio d'Espi, Barcelona’s local radio station will be broadcasting two programmes devoted to typography with a special feature on the Temporary Type Conference, which is being organised by Typevents in London, 10-12 October 2005. The programme TPM- Sinestesia is an arts and culture programme which looks at music, communication, art, design, media and culture. On Saturday 8 October there will be a live connection from London to Barcelona introducing the conference

Fifteen - 15 years of type for independent minds - FontFonts a travelling exhibi …

FontFont: Pioneering type design Since FontFont was founded in 1990 by Erik Spiekermann and Neville Brody, FontShop International’s typeface library has been exploring unknown territorities in typography. From the outset, the library covered both extremes of the typographic spectrum: practical and useful new text typefaces with an “edge” for editorial design, corporate design and signage; and weird and wonderful letterforms for the adventurous and the restless. Fonts for independent minds When you wander through

Typographically speaking: the art of Matthew Carter

Running concurrent with the forthcoming ATypI Helsinki Conference is an exhibition that celebrates the work of a major designer with whom most people are unknowingly familiar even as they encounter his work daily. Matthew Carter has designed over seventy-five typefaces, of which Galliard, Charter and Miller are best known for setting continuous text. He has made typefaces for journalistic purposes: Olympian, Time Caledonia, and Miller News, among others that daily

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