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Tina Roth Eisenberg at TYPO San Francisco 2012

Swissmiss to speak at TYPO Berlin

Over the past nine years Tina Roth Eisenberg has turned side projects successfully into companies: her collaborative co-working space called FRIENDS, her simple to-do app called TeuxDeux, Tattly, her designer temporary tattoo shop and her global, monthly lecture series called CreativeMornings. Tina Roth Eisenberg is a New York based, Swiss graphic designer. She is often referred to as Swissmiss after her popular design blog and name of her Twitter handle.

Get into TYPO mood and watch Tina’s opening talk of the TYPO San Francisco 2012 …

Focus Forum with Arin Fishkin

Focus Forum is excited to introduce a local San Franciscan to our series. This week we speak to Arin Fishkin, an independent graphic designer who creates brands and materials for unique San Francisco businesses.

Arin Fishkin Graphic Design has been creating award winning work in the Mission Disctrict of San Francisco for over 15 years. She also creates art prints based on her favorite SF spots, and is an enthusiastic photographer documenting the Paniolo culture of Maui, and the landscape and artwork of Burning Man.

Focus Forum with Mark Simonson

TYPO Talks takes a few moments each year to chat with some of the speakers you can look forward to at the upcoming conference. We are excited to kick off this year’s blog series, Focus Forum, with designer Mark Simonson.

Mark Simonson is an independent type designer working out of his home in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Over the span of his career he has designed over a dozen typefaces, perhaps most notably the Proxima Nova family.

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Which work are you particularly proud of, Nina Stössinger?

Nina Stössinger (b. 1978) is a type designer, typographer and code tinkerer from Basel. After publishing her first typeface (FF Ernestine) and five years of running her own graphic design and typography studio, she moved to The Hague for her master’s in type and media. She found it suited her and since graduating, the “Type Designer to watch” (Print Magazine,  February 2015) has been living happily in a small house near the sea, nurturing her new studio, Typologic.

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