Monthly Archives: May 2011

Photos from Njambre

Njambre have kindly posted CC-BY-SA photos of the Understanding Fonts event this week 🙂

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Generic Poster for Events

I have made a generic poster for events that can be easily printed and photocopied. It is in English, feel free to translate it! Download the PDF and the complete sources (ODF + Fonts)

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24th May: FADU-UNL Lecture in Santa Fe

The FADU-UNL lecture has a Spanish blog post about their Understanding Fonts event (Google Translation) and the above poster image. The event runs all day on the 24th of May, and starts at 9am. Email taller@hipnotica.tv to sign up, stating your name, surname, identity card, and if you are a professional or graduate student.

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Poster for Rosario lectures

Daniel Bracamonte from 2Dweb has kindly created a poster for the upcoming lectures in the nJambre Coworking Space in Rosario, Argentina: Sign up now! This poster is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. You can follow @njambre on Twitter.

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Poster for Cordoba workshops

Martin Eschoyez has kindly created a poster for the upcoming workshops and lectures in Cordoba: You can download a ZIP with the Inkscape sources and fonts if you would like to help promote these events. The poster is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. Thanks Martin!

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Google Web Fonts: 1,000 fonts in 2011

The original YouTube page is at youtu.be/QTX1lU97z08 and a full transcript is available here.

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Collaborative Type Design Workshops – without computers

(Photo Copyright © 2010 Pedro Amado. CC-BY-SA – Attribute him and ShareAlike) At the LGM2010 I developed a collaborative type design workshop method with some of the wonderful OSP folks in Brussels – Alexandre Leray, Ludivine Loiseau, Pierre Marchand, Seb Sanfilippo and Stéphanie Vilayphiou. This method works essentially without computers. While some technology is useful […]

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