Presently, she lives and works in Bern, Switzerland. Cardamon is an old style serif design with large x-height and a sturdy look.
Its proportions are inspired by 16th century punch-cutters Hendrik van den Keere and Robert Granjon. She played around with a roman capitals typeface and designed Been There Done That (2011).
Atypique evokes, to paraphrase Alan Fletcher, looking sideways at all facets of contemporary types and typography: from technology to aesthetics, from economics to politics, from Latin to the world writing systems, from hand lettering to screen legibility, and from education to the very notion of authorship. [ Barcelona-based foundry involved in custom font work, est. Original fonts: Inclusive (2007), Urbanium (2005, a bold display face), Handwritten, Eixample (2008, octagonal and rounded), Screech (2008) and Begyptienne. [ Montreal-based creator of the monospaced negatively tilted futuristic typeface Lights Out Noir (2008).
The three tremendous keynote speakers: Roger Black, Paula Scher, and Rod Mc Donald. [ Au fin fond de nulle part is Montreal's Lucie Grenier's site, where she offers free and shareware dingbats: FFwebsuite (2000), Wateverding (2000), Casas (2000), FFFrames (2000), poste (2000), FFLiens (2000), fletp (or: FF Livres et Plumes, 2001), FF Fruits&Légumes (2002). Modified fonts (or re-fonts in their words) include Le Grand Palais (stencil, for La Force de l'Art, Paris, 2006), Be TV (for a Belgian TV channel), and Vijf TV (a modification of Chalet for a Flemish TV station). In 2017, he designed the athletic lettering font Beau's Varsity and the show card lettering font Jodler. During her studies at Concordia University, she created the free floriated caps typeface Floralism (2013), a font whose glyphs are shaped like in Novecento, one of the "in" typefaces of early 2013.
Annie grew up in Laval, near Montreal, and is a graphic designer in Montreal. The main organizer was Alessandro Colizzi, closely assisted by Alexandre Saumier-Demers. ATyp I is celebrating sixty years of typographic education and camaraderie this year.
As an organization founded by Charles Peignot of the famed Deberny & Peignot foundry in Paris, it's fitting that we commemorate this milestone in a grand French-speaking capital. Montréal is known for many things: for its blend of new and old; for its bilingualism and pluralistic society.Creator of the beveled typeface Breakers (2013) and Emilio Grande (2013, a great all-caps poster font).In 2014, she made the bilined caps typeface Cloudy Type, and Lazy Font. [ With just one name (the other one was lost in an accident!Atypique holds a mirror to history and understands tradition, but dares to be different.In typographical terms, Atypique hints at all things---products, practices, processes, people---escaping the rules or bending paradigms.Designer whose fonts may be bought from 2Rebels in Montreal.Some creations: Nuclear Reactor, Scratch Nsniff (1997), Semi Sans, Sofa (at UQAM in 1995, as a student there). [ ATyp I 2017 was held in Montreal, Canada, from September 12-16, 2017. The conference blurb: Join the global typographic community in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, September 12-16, 2017.The speakers and workshop leaders: Sahar Afshar, Shani Avni, Sofie Beier, Jordan Bell, Bruno Bernard, John D. I am currently teaching typography and photography courses in the Graphic Design department of a college in Montreal.After attending a three-year graphic design program in Munich, Germany, I spent a few years working there both as an employee for print and web agencies, and as a freelancer. Rome, 1966) who studied at KABK in Den Haag in 2004, and was at the Atelier National de Recherche Typographique in Nancy, France, in 2001 and Parsons School of Design in New York in 1999, after a design career in Venice, Milan, and Switzerland.The Latin part of the semiserif typeface is based on Harfang. A skyline or piano key typface that was inspired by Henri-Paul Bronsard's Kébek 101 (1972) which was used for the logo and headlines of the daily newspaper Le Jour which was founded in 1978.