There have been many wonderful camps since this whole adventure started, and, to be honest, they just keep getting better. Australia was amazing, and then so was California (both of them), and then Bauhaus, and Japan, and all the others (too many to list!). India this spring was incredible and... Continue Reading.
Type Camp Bloggin’
Will you be in LA for AdobeMAX this October? Then come to the Type Camp hand lettering workshop!
It’s workshop number W2865 for those of you already registered for the conference. We have plenty of spots left (10 people registered the first day it was announced! Thanks!), but you do... Continue Reading.
Earlier this week, I was fortunate enough to attend Doug Coupland’s ‘Cocktails & Helvetica’ event at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
While there, I ran into the wonderful Joelle, Type Camp alum from 2008 (my goodness, has it really been that long?). Here she is alongside a portion of... Continue Reading.
On Saturday and Sunday, we welcomed new Type Camp instructor (with the world’s best initials), Xandra Y. Zamora, to the roster of fun workshops at Fluevog! The goal was to understand more about the dip pen and begin to experiment with the pointed pen.
The morning was dedicated to... Continue Reading.
If we were supposed to be serious judges, then they picked the wrong folks! Well, we did take our judging job seriously, but we also had a fantastic time together and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
I’ve just returned home from my time in India and I can honestly say that I wish I were back there! It’s not just because of the palm trees or the warm sun, but rather the fantastic Indian folks that we worked with from Tara Books & Footprint B&B, and... Continue Reading.
I’ve recently partnered with Adobe Type on a few things, mainly the upcoming scholarship to Type Camp India. I’ve been looking for a place to write about typography, but more little tidbits of history along with practical use tips, and I’ve found it with the Adobe Type Blog. There will... Continue Reading.
This autumn, I was interviewed (here at my home – look at that view!) by the North Carolina State University College of Design, where I received my Bachelors degree in Environmental Design in Graphic Design 25 years ago (eek!). They featured me in the ‘innovation’ issue of their Design Life... Continue Reading.