Watch the official video from the graphic and design conference TYPO Berlin 2015 »Character«.
We have cleaned up our TYPO archives and found 10 Aaron James Draplin posters, that we want to give away now.
They got lost on the way to Berlin, were eventually found by KLM and then sent to TYPO Berlin 2015. The man for bold colors and dangerous ideas collected every little logo he made, wordmark and whatever else he could fit into it.
Former dancer, wannabe photographer, reluctant runner and these days UX/UI designer. This is one man’s story about a few things he learnt going from dancer to designer. Curtain call Kenneth Jansson.
Erik Kessels is a true creative beyond the scope of categories. The passionate Dutchman is intrigued by the odds and absurdities of everyday life and knows well, how to turn them into catchy campaigns and successful publishing projects. At TYPO 2015 he takes his viewers on a joyful journey to the world’s worst hotel and weirdest photo albums.
Bevor der Illustrator und Autor Christoph Niemann heute Abend den letzten Vortrag der TYPO 2015 hält, wird es eine Signierstunde mit ihm geben. Um 17.30 Uhr im Foyer! /// In the evening illustrator and author Christoph Niemann will give the last talk of TYPO 2015. Before that – at 5.30 p.m. – he will be in the foyer for signing!
Nach seinem Vortrag „No risk no fun – Für jung und alt: Die sonnige Seite der Typografie“ um 19 Uhr (Show) wird Jan Bajtlik eine Signierstunde vor dem Bücherbogen halten. /// Our speaker Jan Bajtlik will be there for you signing your copy of his book “Typo-Scrawler” at the book stand right after his talk (Show) at 7 P.M. /JR
At TYPO Berlin Konstantin Grcic will be joined in a round-table discussion by another design character. Typographer, font designer and TYPO founder Erik Spiekermann. Along with Mateo Kries, director of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, they’ll explore the “DNA of design” and talk about attitude and ideals in design.
Over the course of his talk, Menno Cruijsen took the audience on a thrilling, whirlwind tour of Lava’s international work. Spawned from a trip around the world twenty five years ago, Lava has transformed from a Dutch design firm rooted in editorial print to a globally recognized agency pushing the boundaries of design.