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    process:
  • step 1: presentation of the initial ideas, comments, correctures, discussion, and forming of a final decision
  • step 2: group or individual lectures
  • step 3: sketches & bezier control points exercises
  • step 4: vectorising
  • step 5: prints, correctures and fine tunning
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    results:
  • Aljaž Vesel, Emsley
    continuation of a corporate slab serif typefamily with an English flavor
     
  • Barbara Borko, Slap Slab
    continuation of a slab serif intended for web
     
  • Boris Divjak, Cuddly Sans
    round sans serif typeface to counterpart serif fonts of wider proportions
     
  • Clara Wildberger, Kigeling
    continuation of a light linear sans serif for acompaniing authors photographical work
     
  • Damian Langosz, Hazel
    humanist serif with a calligraphic character
     
  • Dedi Cohen, Ollophid
    slab serif latin typeface created for acompaniing hebrew texts, where bilinguality is a necessity
    *next to Ollophid is a Hebrew font David by Itamar David (http://goo.gl/WmRUA).
     
  • Jan Janeček, Skvär
    continuation of an evenly “gray” serif type family with large apertures, high x-height, and a squarish skelet form
    new feature: cyrillic, in progress: greek
     
  • María Ramos, Calada
    continuation of a linear sans serif typeface where stencil features are used for a releave of dark areas
     
  • Peter Stupica, Gotiva
    italic inspired by greek minuscules
     
  • Tomato Košir, Rastignac Regular & Italic
    continuation of a didone typefamily Rastignac
  • Verena Manyet, Pandora
    addition of multiple weights to the Pandora typefamily, a slightly rounded sans serif, with different style variations for titling
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    our classroom & dining room:
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    field trips:
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    TypeClinic's
    8th international type design workshop
    will be organised 
    from 9th to 16th of February 2014
    in Triglav national park,
    Trenta, Slovenia

     
    Our workshops deal with bodytext and display typefaces for print and digital usage. Participants of all levels of expertise come from all over the world: Austria, Australia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Finland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Romania, Slovenia ... ... to work for a week in Trenta Valley, Slovenia. The final products includes typefaces with 40 characters minimum, which are later displayed in B1 poster size.
    Our participation fee is 290 Eur, which covers mentorship, sleeping and eating arrangement, prints...
     
    If you are interested into participating at our 7th workshop, please send an e-mail to
    tomato@tomatokosir.com.
     
    Join us in Trenta!
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