FONTS IN USE / 2017-12-05

aufSÄTZE!

aufSÄTZE!

This collection of essays on poetry, literature and art by Ferdinand Schmatz and Gerald Bast, designed by studio VIE impressively and excellently set in Korpus Grotesk has been honoured as one of Austria's most beautiful books 2016!

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SPECIMEN / 2017-10-05

Contextualized type specimen No 4

Contextualized type specimen No 4

The Poster Series «Contextualised Type Specimen No 4» from
A to F is filed under the subject «Connections» and shows content based, structural, visual and associative references to the typeface T-Star and its creation process. All the posters are set in the completely reworked and optimised version 4.0.

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NOTE / 2017-09-09

Subtext: Typedesign II

Subtext: Typedesign II

This catalogue gives a great overview on contemporary typeface design from more than 50 Austrian and globally active designers. It comes with a highly elaborate and accurate foreword by Martin Tiefenthaler and with texts by renowned authors from various cultural, artistic and scientific fields. We are quite happy and honoured to have some of our fonts presented in this beautiful catalogue 'Subtext: Typedesign. zeitgenössisch—lokal: contemporary—Austrian'

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EXHIBITIONS / 2017-05-12

Subtext: Typedesign I

Subtext: Typedesign I

In April 2017, Binnenland was invited by the Typographic Society Austria (tga) to present some of their type design in the framework of Subtext: Typedesign. The exhibition explored new developments in type design taking into consideration the growing importance of digital type design and assembled the work of locally and internationally active type designers connected with Austria.
The exhibition was curated by Andreas Pawlik and Martin Tiefenthaler and took place at Design Forum Austria, Museumsquartier Vienna from April 12 to May 26, 2017.

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LECTURES / 2017-04-08

Objects With References

Objects With References

Various materials, described, discussed, conceived. Two lectures hold in Zurich, Tag der Schrift, Saturday April 8, and in Vienna on the occasion of the exhibition subtext: typedesign on May 3.

NOTE / 2016-01-05

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The Long Now Foundation Rosetta Project is an effort to preserve all languages that have a high likelihood of extinction over the period from 2000 to 2100. Its name is after the Rosetta Stone, a stele of Egyptian origin featuring a decree in three scripts. A comparison of its hieroglyphs with those on the Rosetta Stone catalysed the deciphering of the Egyptian writing system. In direct analogy to its namesake, a micro-etched nickel alloy Rosetta disc inscribed with 13,000 pages of text in 1200 languages is carried by the European Space Agency's Rosetta space probe. On 30 September 2016, the Rosetta spacecraft ended its mission by landing on the comet.

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SPECIMEN / 2015-05-11

Areal-BL-Specimen Signals Intelligence

Areal-BL-Specimen Signals Intelligence

Everything wikipedia tells us about ‘Signals Intelligence’ (often abbreviated as SIGINT) printed on ‘Weltformat’, helps to get a deeper understanding for the AREAL-BL font.

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DEVELOPMENT / 2014-11-02

About the Korpus Grotesk

About the Korpus Grotesk

The ‘Korpus Grotesk’ is a continuation and translation of the typographic vocabulary of the serif ‘Korpus’ into a sans-serif font family. It is based on the same transfer philosophy. While the ‘Korpus’ reflects features of hot metal typesetting, the ‘Grotesk’ draws on the technical characteristics of phototypesetting.

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FONTS IN USE / 2014-09-27

What is AREAL's role in lettrism?

What is AREAL's role in lettrism?

AREAL always supports the reader. AREAL tries to encourage exchange by collecting, analysing, and disseminating knowledge on lettrism* groups and other individuals.

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EXHIBITIONS / 2013-11-10

Korpus Grotesk Film

Korpus Grotesk Film

The highly compressed lettrist film Korpus Grotesk
(35mm, b&w, 23 sec), is a flicker installation of the eponymous font, the viewer can only guess that the new font is being shown from A to Z.

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