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FF Quixo

Frank Grießhammer’s Quixo is now available from FontFont.com. Quixo started its life as Frank’s graduation project in 2010. Since then it gained more weights, complete ranges of accents and a complete set of redrawn Dingbats. Frank on Twitter: @kioskfonts

Gerard Unger Doctoral Degree

On Thursday 5 September at 4.15 p.m. at the Academiegebouw Leiden, Prof. Gerard Unger will defend his doctoral project: Alverata, a present-day, European typeface with roots in the middle ages The thesis is in three parts. Part one documents the … Continue reading

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Here they are:

The works of TypeMedia 2012-2013 are now up in terrific detail on their new site.. Go see. Great site. Great work. Great students!

TM1213 Graduation!

Congratulations to Tania, Étienne, Barbara, Maria, Sun Helen, Adam, Troy, Diana, Krista, Lukas Teo and Bernd! The graduation ceremony of the Master students of TypeMedia 2012-2013 will be Saturday July 6, at 18:00 sharp. At the Koninklijke Academie, Prinsessegracht 4, … Continue reading

Dave Foster talks about TypeMedia

Dave Foster speaks typography, Live at The Distillery from The Distillery on Vimeo. TM1112 grad Dave Foster talks about his experience at TypeMedia, his work and classmates. Follow Dave on @davethedesigner and behance. See his graduation work (and the work … Continue reading

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TM Lecture: Ken Barber

House Industries’ lettering artist, typographer and type designer Ken Barber will talk about his work. TM Lecture: Ken Barber. Friday February 8 2013, 15:00, Auditorium Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten. Prinsessegracht 4, Den Haag.

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TM alumn Dave Foster bribed his way to his Twitter millennium with a series of great lettering pieces: Twitter Calligraphy

New Website!

This is the new 2013 website for the Type and Media master of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. It replaces the old one with a better content management system, more contributors and a fresher look. The current … Continue reading