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Hacking Types — Meaning effects

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Category: Workshop

Level of difficulty: intermediate

Submissions deadline:

Days: 22
Hours: 18
Minutes: 59
Seconds: 49

Topics:


  • hacking
  • design
  • typefaces
  • semiotics
  • typography
  • communication

Mode: Full immersion of 2 days in row.

Dates:

29-09-201710.00 / 19.00

30-09-201710.00 / 19.00

Meeting duration 8 hours
for a total of 16 hours

Cost: 165 €

Output: services, skills

Recommended for
students, researchers, professionals

Min. number of partecipants to start: 12

Max. number of partecipants: 25

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Held by:

  • Alessandro Tartaglia

    Designer / FF3300 / CAST / SOS

    Born in Foggia on August 18th, 1983. He studies Industrial Design in Bari Polytechnic University and Editing & Graphic System in Urbino ISIA. He co-founds FF3300 studio, digital typography foundry CAST and La Scuola Open Source. With time, he deepens his studies of the theory of networks, memetics and process design. He works with human beings and the communities they form.

What is it about?


The purpose of the workshop is to raise awareness about the use (and abuse) of typography and typographic alteration, the in-depht analysis of typometric issues related to character design, and the creation of synergies and contaminations between the making world and the typography one.


What will we work on?


The output of the lab will be a typeface as the result of the hacking of another starting character, based on a meaning intention agreed with the participants. It will also possible to grind / cut / print in 3D some words (or letters) that will be made.

How does it work?


Participants will work on the alteration of a typeface by analyzing its drawing through typometric surveys, and then redrawing some glyphs (or features).

The IT tool we'll use is Fontlab (or an equivalent software).



IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS

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Held by:
Zoe Romano

Workshop level intermediate

fashion

making

modular

prototyping

laser

cutting

Submissions deadline: 20-10-2017

Start: 17-11-2017