Archive / TypeCon2011
The Handmade Design silent auction fundraiser is now online. Currently on display in the Collins C. Diboll Gallery at the Loyola University New Orleans, the exhibit features works donated by artists, printmakers, and designers including: Nancy Sharon Collins, Yvette Rutledge, John Downer, Ed Fella, Stephen Sidelinger, Daniela Marx, Richard Kegler, Michelle Melancon, Nancy Bernardo, Tom...
This video of Mehmet Gozetlik’s Type in 20 presentation Typography of the “Generation Y”, prior to “Generation Z” is now available for viewing on Vimeo. Please be aware that the audio is a bit muffled at times. This is due to the fact that it was recorded using the camera’s microphone, not directly off the...
Butter Label’s TypeCon presentation is now available on SlideShare with a view into the future of webfonts.
Applied Arts magazine has posted a review of last week’s event, describing it as the “nerdiest conference in the design world.” And for those that missed it check out UPPERCASE Magazine’s posts from the event.
By popular request, here’s a link to the Font Aid IV book — available for purchase from Lulu — as mentioned during Michelle and Grant’s talk this afternoon.
All good things come to an end, and sadly TypeCon2011 is over. See you on the boat, and see you next year! The location of TypeCon2012 will be announced at a later date.
This shaky-cam footage captures (sort of) the excitement of last night’s TypeCon silent auction.
Have you missed some of the conference highlights over the past few days? Check out Carolyn Sewell’s almost daily recaps for UPPERCASE Magazine. In particular, #2, #3 & #4 are jam-packed full of delightful visual snippets.
Pics from this evening’s typographic busking event, plus as a bonus a crappy video.
This lady wearing a stylish Panama hat scored an event record 29 out of 30 points to claim “Typophile of the Year” bragging rights and a Linotype font CD. PHL bested a trio of 2nd place winners, by a whopping 12 points.