TypeParis Sessions Nº1
Saturday 11 February 2017
22 bis Rue des Taillandiers
75011, Paris, France
On Saturday 11 February 2017, at Le Tank: Alisa Novak, Elliott Amblard, Éloïsa Pérez, Aurélien Vret, Roxane Gataud, Arthur Alazard, Hélène Marian, Marc Rouault, Julie Soudanne, Mathieu Réguer. Facilitator: Jean François Porchez. C’est le premier rendez-vous d’une nouvelle serie d’événements gratuit en français à Paris.
Le lieu est limité à 130 personnes. — 13:45: Les premiers inscrits avant le 12 janvier rentrerons. — 14:00: les inscrits après le 12 janvier rentrerons au fur et à mesure. — 14:15: si vous êtes sur la liste d’attente vite à partir du 23 janvier, vous pourrez rentrer en fonction de la capacité de la salle.
The TypeParis Sessions Nº1 (in French) open its doors at 14:00 up to 19:00 at le Tank, Paris.
TypeParis Sessions Nº1: Dix invités + un modérateur
Ils créent des caractères, lettrages et autres outils en lien avec la typographie, ce sont des talents de la scène typographique française: 10 sessions courtes de 15 mn suivis d’un échange avec chaque invité. Venez les rencontrer, les écouter, échanger avec eux dans la bonne humeur. Goodies typographiques et graphiques sur place.
Quelques épisodes de la série Safari Typo seront présentés en compagnie de Thomas Sipp. Huit épisodes dans la jungle typographique de Paris, Londres, Berlin, Barcelone, Marseille, Amsterdam ou encore Montréal…
Les affiches Air Poster seront présentes. Achat sur place des 5 saisons. Air poster est né de l’envie de produire ponctuellement des formes hors du cadre de la commande, de donner corps à des idées, des envies, pour le plaisir de la recherche graphique et plastique, pour prendre l’air.
Une “popup” Boutique Typofonderie sera présente avec des surprises jamais encore dévoilées sur le site web.
Vous pouvez également téléchargement le poster de TypeParis Sessions Nº1 au format A3 en pdf.
Alisa Nowak was specialized in designing typefaces in the context of the post-diplôme typographie & langage at École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens in France. The typeface which she produced during this year was published at Typetogether and won several prizes. From 2012 to 2015 she worked at Fontyou, the platform of typographic co-creation. Today she works as type designer for BlackFoundry in Paris and also teaches typography in Amiens.
Elliott Amblard is a French graphic and type designer. Based in Paris and having graduated from EPSAA in 2012, he carries a longtime passion for signs. Learning type design with Malou Verlomme at LongType foundry for two years while freelancing on the side, he then graduated from the KABK Type and Media master in 2014. He has been working at BlackFoundry since October 2015.
Éloïsa Pérez works as a graphic designer and typographer, she specialises in editorial design, giving great importance to typography and the materiality of objects. Since 2013, has lead a research project at the Atelier national de recherche typographique on writing practices in primary school, “Learning forms”, which she is pursuing from a theoretical viewpoint at Celsa, with her PhD thesis on the contribution of typography to the teaching of writing.
Aurélien Vret is a multidisciplinary artist and type designer. He has exhibited in various contemporary art institutions in Paris and Toulouse. Thanks to DICRéAM aid from the Ministry of Culture, he currently works on a digital artwork production in collaboration with a digital art center, the Cube. This piece mix face tracking technologies and typeface interpolation software. In 2017, he publishes his first typeface with Typofonderie.
Roxane Gataud (1991) is an independent typeface designer from France. she was awarded TypeTogether’s first Typeface Publishing Incentive Program, through which Bely was released in January 2016. SOTA awarded Roxane the 2016 Catalyst award for her current achievements and her promising future in the field of typeface design. When she is not assisting other designers, Roxane designs her own typefaces. She lives in Paris where she also collects fruit labels, dinosaurs, and pictures of type in the wild.
Arthur Alazard was born in Nîmes, France, in 1992. He moved to Paris to study Graphic and Type design at ESAMAA Olivier de Serres and École Estienne. After Graduating in 2014, with a diploma about the French Police identity, he joined the Policestudio’s team. Since then, he has been creating custom typefaces for several projects but also developing typefaces for sale on the studio’s platform.
Graphic designer and typographer, Hélène Marian practices a dual graphic between typographical rigor and hand-painted lettering. She draws or conceptualize the artistic direction of custom-made fonts for her clients: the Saumuroise, Viparis with Maxime Fittes, mahJ with Malou Verlomme in parallel with a hand made approach (painting in letters and lettering). His work has been exhibited, published, and rewarded.
Marc Rouault is a French independent typeface designer based in Zürich (CH). After being an in-house type designer at W&cie in Paris for a few years, he studied at KABK Type&Media in 2016. He is now leading commissioned and self-initiated projects. Among other works, he designed custom typefaces for Formula 1, Tour de France and Brentford FC, and published two typefaces with Sharp Type.
Julie Soudanne is type designer based in Paris. Since 2018, she develops jli Type Studio through different custom typefaces projects mainly in the fields of luxury, gastronomy, culture, and sport; She is also working on personal retail typefaces that are in progress.
Mathieu Réguer is an independent typeface designer based in Paris. He designed and produced custom font families for institutions and brands such as the French State, the Tasmanian West Coast, Culture Amp, Evolved by Nature or World Rugby. Mathieu enjoys programming tools and taking fonts apart. He is one of the founders of the typeface design programme at TypeParis, and has been a core instructor since the first session in 2015.
Jean François Porchez
Founder of Typofonderie, type director of ZeCraft, Jean François Porchez is one of the pioneers of digital typography. Transmitter of knowledge and discoverer of talents, teamwork is at the heart of his concerns. It is also for these reasons that he launched TypeParis in 2015. He was awarded the Prix Charles Peignot in 1998 and numerous prizes for his typefaces. Introduced to French Who’s Who in 2009. In 2014, Perrousseaux publishes his monograph. Knight in the order of Arts and Letters in 2015. The President of France, Emmanuel Macron use his typefaces for his communication since 2017.