TypeParis19: Presentation day!
Saturday 13 July 2019
22 bis rue des Taillandiers
On Saturday 13 July 2019, 15:30 at TypeParis (Le Tank). Since the Monday 10 June 2019, a group of sixteen attendees from 16 different countries worked everyday on a typeface family. It was hard, but so good!
Join us to see the sixteen new typefaces families designed in 5 weeks.
They will present the results to conclude this third edition of TypeParis on Saturday 13 July 2019, 15:30. Language English mostly, partially in French. As it’s a free event, online advance booking will not assure you entrance if you arrive later than 15:50. Following the concept “first come, first served,” we fill out the space up to 100 persons.
15:54 Ji Soo Kim, South Korea
16:02 Trine Gjerde, Norway
16:10 Nicole Garcia, United States
16:18 Olga Vasik, Russia
16:26 Acra Koh, Japan
16:34 Mika Junna, Finland
16:42 Naomi Tirronen, United States
16:50 Shreya Arora, India
17:06 Miquel Vila Calvo, Spain
17:14 Shreya Harihara, Australia–India
17:22 Claudia Fratantonio, Italia
17:30 Ana Michel, Bolivia
17:38 Mark (Chenzhe) Zhu, United States–China
17:46 Mélanie de Bossoreille, France
17:54 Gina Serret, Spain
18:02 Jessica Wonomihardjo, United States–Indonesia
18:10 Scott Biersack, United States
18:30 TypeParis Certificates
18:40 TypeParis19 is officially over
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Mathieu Réguer is an independent typeface designer based in Paris. Mathieu is graduated in communication visuelle at École Duperré, as well in création typographique at École Estienne. In 2008, he received his MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading (UK). Since then, he designing typefaces for brands and cultural institutions as well as developing and engineering types. Mathieu Réguer is one of the founders of the typeface design programme TypeParis launched 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.