I just received my copy of Typography 33 and am honored and delighted that the following pieces were included in the annual, designed by Paula Scher and her team at Pentagram. One of my favorite designers, Louise Fili was among the jury!
In case you’ve missed them, Elliot Jay Stocks has written a series of excellent tutorials about web typography. His blog posts show you how to improve your typography and layout designs by focussing on new techniques and demystifying the ever-improving technology.
Typography on the web has made huge leaps forward in recent years, allowing web designers to realize their designs with an almost print-like level of control. However, the details surrounding that control can still be challenging, and bleeding-edge technology like OpenType support is still in flux. In this talk, Typekit’s Creative Director and 8 Faces founder Elliot Jay Stocks takes attendees through some of the most exciting recent developments that allow us to take web-based typography to the next level.
Advanced Web Typography: Elliot Jay Stocks The Type Directors Club, New York, July 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Art directors David Carson and Martin Gee hold their copy of My Favo(u)rite Magazine at the Type Directors Club in NYC. My Favo(u)rite Magazine is the benefit project to raise financial support for me and my family in the wake of my serious accident last year. All proceeds go to help pay medical and living expenses. Copies are available from magCulture.
Typographic experiments for the self-initiated exhibition We Don‘t Work - We Play. All works in collaboration with Yanik Balzer. Special thanks to Tomaz, Thomas, Lasse and Ryan for their support. Typographic Excellence, Students Category at Type Directors Club 59.
Lettering & Calligraphy for Type Design: The Lower Case with Sumner Stone
This fall the Type Directors Club will present two hands-on weekend workshops given by Sumner Stone. They are both called Lettering and Calligraphy for Typeface Design. The first, October 20–21, will be drawing and designing the the capital letters. The second, December 1–2 will focus on the lower case.
I really really want to go to this, but i’m too poor to go. :( i wish I had infinite moneys.