Phototypesetting with the Berthold “diatype”
The Berthold “diatype” was a phototypesetting machine introduced around 1960. This video, shot at the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar, Germany explains how this device works. (more…)
Nicer Tuesdays: Why do fonts matter?
A talk by graphic designer and writer Sarah Hyndman, who has recently published her book Why Fonts Matter, which looks at the power typography has over our lives and senses. (more…)
Do you work for free?
Watch what happens when you ask non-creative professionals to work for free. A video by Toronto advertising agency Zulu Alpha Kilo. (more…)
Erik Spiekermann on Grotesque
Erik Spiekermann will be looking at the state of sans serif typefaces – who makes them, who uses them and why there is a never-ending supply of new designs for an old idea. (more…)
Video: Paula Scher – Ephemeral or Indelible?
Designer Paula Scher discusses the different kinds of ink she has used throughout her career at Creative Mornings New York. (more…)