A declaration of love to a favorite non-digital letter-related pastime: carving letters in stone.
Category Archives: type
Beyond the piles of sketches, the writing and the stonecarving dust, here’s a look at the results of some of the bigger projects I worked on during my year at TypeMedia.
This year’s TypeMedia excursion to the archives of Joh. Enschedé en Zonen in Haarlem.
Turns out people weren’t making stuff up when they said it would be busy at TypeMedia. :) We have by now pretty much reached the halftime point (which baffles the mind, but that’s another story), and there is a little bit of time to breathe and write a few words. The first semester is over, [...]
Field report from The Hague where things are getting busy. Code, process, humor, and not regretting not doing this earlier.
Field report from the KABK, mid November. New projects, new classes. More input. More output. More subjects. More perspectives. I’m loving it.
Some impressions from a 2.5 day school trip to Antwerp (Antwerpen), in neighboring Belgium. We mainly went to Integrated Conference, but also made a point of experiencing a bit of Antwerpen while we were there.
My favorite conference came to my new country! Some notes on our volunteer excursion to ATypI Amsterdam, 9–13 October.
The learning curve vs. the “I don’t know shit” barrier.
School == life == letters, and it’s wonderful. Today, an excursion into a fabulous book museum that holds typographic treasures a mere few minutes walk from school.