TYPO Berlin 2012 sustain
Speakers

Andreas Frohloff

Andreas Frohloff

Andreas Frohloff was born in Berlin in 1956. He is the Head of the Type Department at FontShop International, where he is responsible for the production of the FontFonts. A calligrapher and type designer by profession, Frohloff  has been hosting calligraphy workshops for many years. The lecturer at several academies was trained as a sign painter and graphic designer, and graduated in combined special studies in typography and educational sciences. (Photo: Max Zerrahn)

Talk: German
               
4.0 (3 Votes)
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Calligraphy Workshop – 2 hours

TYPO Berlin 2012, 19.05.2012, 11:00 Uhr (TYPO Nest)

Participants learn the basics of italic calligraphy using a wide nib and have fun trying out different writing tools (2 hours/ in German)

Introduction to writing a cancellaresca and the opportunity to try out different writing tools such as steel nibs, reed pens, feathers, balsa wood spatulas and calligraphy ink or ink or iron gall ink on different papers.

Talk: German
               
3.0 (3 Votes)
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Calligraphy Workshop – 2 hours

TYPO Berlin 2012, 18.05.2012, 11:00 Uhr (TYPO Nest)

Participants learn the basics of italic calligraphy using a wide nib and have fun trying out different writing tools (2 hours/in German)

Introduction to writing a cancellaresca and the opportunity to try out different writing tools such as steel nibs, reed pens, feathers, balsa wood spatulas and calligraphy ink or ink or iron gall ink on different papers.

Talk: German
               
4.5 (4 Votes)
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Calligraphy Workshop – 2 hours

TYPO Berlin 2012, 17.05.2012, 15:00 Uhr (TYPO Nest)

Participants learn the basics of italic calligraphy using a wide nib and have fun trying out different writing tools (2 hours/in German)

Introduction to writing a cancellaresca and the opportunity to try out different writing tools such as steel nibs, reed pens, feathers, balsa wood spatulas and calligraphy ink or ink or iron gall ink on different papers.