Type Camp Bloggin’
We had a great masterclass in June at Adobe Typekit. I have always wanted to do one of these as my College & University students get the persnickity advice but the attendees of the 1-day camps don’t as much. We went over a variety of type tips, did a... Continue Reading.
Last month we partnered with the awesome Peterson Neon in Oakland California to shine a new light on typography in full Type Camp style.
Our first ever Neon Typography Workshop was a super success! Five experienced (and brilliant, natch) Type Campers joined in to create one of the most fun... Continue Reading.
Our April LA camp at the HMCT found us working on blackletter all morning long (yeay! Shelley finally was able to participate in a class!) and then Neuland, and other san serif monoline caps in the afternoon. These classes are often more about interesting techniques than just the letterforms and... Continue Reading.
Our first workshops at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography were not only sold out, but loads of fun as well. We offered classes on Saturday and Sunday to students at Art Center and had attendees from the graphic design, illustration, and photography departments. Everyone learned the brush lettering basics and... Continue Reading.
We had our first ever intermediate Copperplate lettering camp in Vancouver that focused just on gold and silver pigments. The idea came about in the introduction to Copperplate class that we had at Fluevog the previous year when students mentioned that the wanted to learn more of the techniques that Xandra... Continue Reading.
You wanted it again, so we offered it again, and it sold out again!
The brilliant Daria Lanz has done it again – she perfectly captured the feeling of what it is like to attend a Cultural Immersion Learning camp: excitement and experimentation, learning and laughter.
We did it! The Type Camp teaching team for AdobeMAX 2015 created an amazing day with 80 attendees at the LA Convention Center. The morning started with James instructing everyone on the intricacies of the ‘casual sign painter’s capital’ letterforms. It didn’t take long to figure out a few glyphs and then after a... Continue Reading.