Type Camp Bloggin’
I’m a big fan of the type folks at Adobe (nothing against the non-type folks, I just don’t know many of them, I’m sure they’re plenty nice as well), and I’ve been quite vocal about it.
One of the reasons that I’ve been so impressed with them lately is the... Continue Reading.
We have a load of new camps coming up in the autumn. They’ll be announced by 1 June or 1 July so stay tuned!
Our first Urban workshop at the NYC Type Directors Club was a great success! We sold out our Friday class with a variety of attendees – some were Creative Directors looking to try their hand lettering (instead of farming it out), art directors wanting to revive their creative juices, alumni... Continue Reading.
Seriously, Fairgoods wins BEST IN THE WORLD as they produced the most hilarious type specimens ever: ‘Jerk Balloons’ (pictured here in the Analog Research Lab at Facebook HQ). Thanks to Fairgoods for so generously sharing them with our Type Campers in California this March as well as attending... Continue Reading.
While in the Bay Area in March running the 6 (!) camps over 10 days, there were a few other things that I noticed that don’t quite make it into my camp posts, some typographic, some feline, and some neither. Here I have lettering from around Potrero Hill, Madam Flo... Continue Reading.
We were fortunate to hold a second camp at the Adobe building in San Francisco where Xandra helped campers to learn two different parallel pen styles, Blackletter and Neuland. We had two campers from the previous Friday workshop rejoin us as students, and in a great example of how Type Camp... Continue Reading.
Due to so much interest in our Type Drawing and Selection class with Stephen & Alex, we created two additional Saturday classes at the incredible Letterform Archive in Potrero Hill. To be able to discuss all aspects of typography while surrounded by centuries (and millenia!) of typographic... Continue Reading.
Our return to the totally cool Analog Research Lab at the Facebook HQ in Silicon Valley was just as fun as ever. The two workshops sold out in a record 30 minutes (oh my!) so the 24 that attended certainly were eager folks! There was an interesting turn of... Continue Reading.