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Matthew Carter
Mary Ann Bolger & Clare Bell
Jonathan Barnbrook
Jérôme Knebusch
Matthew
Carter
28 Mayıs 2016, Cumartesi 18:00
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Tipik Olmayan Karakterler

Yıllar içinde yaptığım çalışmalar ağırlıklı olarak okunabilirliği öne çıkaran metin karakterleri üzerine odaklandı. Öte yandan, metin karakterleri üzerine konuşmak için fazlasıyla kuru ve monoton bir konu – 9 punto karakterler konusunda bitmek bilmeyen slaydlara heralde ancak en takık durumdaki tiposever katlanabilir. Bu konuşma için genelde benim çalışmalarım içinde pek tipik sayılmayacak olmakla birlikte arkalarında yatan hikayede daha görsel bir anlatıları olan birkaç tasarım seçtim; başka bir deyişle, bunlar daha ilginç slaydlar çıkarabilecek tasarımlar. Bir yandan da yeni yazı karakterlerinin meydana getirilebileceği muhtelif yolları da göz önüne seriyorlar.

Bunlardan ilki Mantinia, İtalyan Rönesans sanatçılarından Andrea Mantegna’nın tablolarındaki harflerden esinlenen bir başlık fontu. Mantinia’nın harf biçimleri Boston kenti içinde ve etrafında yer alan binalardaki yazılardan da esinlendi.

Walker Sanat Merkezi’nin kurumsal kimliği için tasarlanan Walker, kurumun “Yoruma Açık” sözleriyle ifade bulan sloganını temsil etmeyi amaçlıyor. Karakterler bağlama göre kullanıcı tarafından ayarlanabiliyor.

Yale Üniversitesi için tasarlanan diğer bir font ise biri basılı yayınlar diğeri ise web ortamında kullanılmak üzere iki versiyona sahip. Tasarım Yale kütüphanesindeki eski kitaplardan birine dayanıyor.

Van Lanen ahşap baskı fontudur. Hamilton Ahşap Baskı Müzesi bu fontu ahşap baskı posterlerinin basımı için yaptırdı. Pozitif ve negatif olmak üzere iki şekli bulunuyor.

Mary Ann
Bolger,
Clare Bell
December 19, 2014, Friday 19:00
SALT Galata
Divided by a Common Typeface

The Irish language is a fundamental term in the discourse of Irish national identity, yet its visual manifestation is often over looked. Through the course of the evening, Clare and Mary Ann will explore how the visual representation of one language can be ‘translated’ into another. They look at how typography enhances the symbolic utility of language as a conduit for myth, and for the demarcation of religious and cultural difference in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Mary Ann Bolger lectures in design history and critical theory at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT). With Clare Bell, she is Ireland’s ATypI country delegate. Together they organized the Dublin 2010 ATypI conference and coordinate Typography Ireland. Mary Ann holds an M.A. from the Royal College of Art, where she is completing a PhD on post-war Irish graphic design and typography. She is the author of a book on Irish graphic design, Design Factory: On the Edge of Europe (Amsterdam: BIS, 2009).

Clare Bell lectures in Visual Communication (School of Art, Design & Printing, DIT). She received her B.A. (Graphic Design) at Central St Martins and worked for a number of years as an editorial designer on The Guardian newspaper. She is co-coordinator of Typography Ireland at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) with Mary Ann Bolger, board member of Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI) and a regular assessor on the ISTD annual student assessment awards. A practicing designer, recent clients include IMRAM Irish Language Festival, In Print journal, NCAD/GradCAM (ObjectMatters: Making1916), ATypI (2010), The Joinery Gallery and Soundsdoable radio production (Culturefile, Soundstories).

Jonathan
Barnbrook
May 2, 2014, Friday 19:00
SALT Galata
What You Want Is Not What You Need

The talk is a journey through 20 years of personal and professional projects. The subjects covered range from the trouble caused naming a typeface after a serial killer, to the work for the designs on the secretly recorded album for David Bowie ‘The Next Day’. Barnbrook will also be showing his anti-advertising work and wide ranging political projects. The talk does not aim to explain ‘how’ but very much why, in a wider context of all society not just the world of graphic design.

Jonathan Barnbrook is one of the most well-known graphic designers in Britain. Rather than becoming a purely commercial designer he has chosen to work with a mixture of cultural institutions, activist groups and charities as well as completing a steady stream of personal posters. He is also know for his collaborations with Adbusters, Damien Hirst, his work for David Bowie,. His ubiquitous fonts such as ‘Mason’ and ‘Exocet’ are released through Emigre and his font company Virusfonts. His contribution to graphic design was recognised by a major exhibition at the Design Museum, London in 2007.

barnbrook.net >> virusfonts.com >>
Jérôme
Knebusch
December 19, 2014, Friday 19:00
SALT Galata
From Handwriting to Type Design

Instant is a type family with no common distribution of roman, italic and their respective heavier or lighter fonts. Instead, a ‘diagonal’ has been adopted: from thin, informal, quick handwritten letters to stable, black typographic shapes. Each of the five styles correspond to a specific stroke speed and weight: Vivid, Quick, Regular, Slow, Heavy. Started as research project in 2005 at National Atelier for Typographic Research [ANRT, Atelier National de Recherche Typographique] France, hommage to the poet, painter and writer Henri Michaux (1899–1984), it questions type family consistency and the relation and usage of roman, italic and bold faces. The talk will go back to it’s genesis and drawing process as well as discussing type classification and fundamental aspects of letter constructions.

Jérôme Knebusch works in visual art, graphic design, editorial design, typography and type design. He teaches graphic and type design at the Lorraine School of Fine Arts, Metz, and is regulary visiting the post-graduate National Atelier for Typographic Research [ANRT], Nancy, both in France. He lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Instant, published by BAT Foundry Paris, was selected favorite typefaces of 2012 by Typographica and best ten fonts of 2012 by Fontwerk.

jeromeknebusch.net >> anrt-nancy.fr >> atelier design graphique & typographie >> batfoundry.com >>