Almost 11am on Saturday, the last day of this year’s TYPO Berlin conference. Tonight, the Helvetica film finally comes to Berlin—or any other part of Germany I happen to be in, for that matter.
A lot happened yesterday that I’ve only just been able to get online pictures for. So this is really a continuation of yesterday’s post about yesterday. Got that ;-)
1pm yesterday: book signing. Alessio Leonardi co-wrote and illustrated Linotype’s 120-Year History book last fall. He was at our stand to meet happy readers. Unfortunately, only a few came by for autographs, but they are at least now all owners of coveted Leonardis!
Bastard–Slanted–Finest/Magma: By now an institution at TYPO Berlin. This year, they drove a camper up from Karlsruhe. Brilliant action. Jürgen Siebert, from FontShop, is also pictured in the image above (right).
Inside the camper.
One more addition from yesterday: Happy (belated) birthday, Ivo! Hope it was a good one. I’d love to have a type conference on my birthday. Who wants to organize a conference for the first week of December?
After the lectures ended last night, Anke and I went for dinner with several of my Linotype colleagues. We ate at a Turkish restaurant on the Oranienburger Straße.
New blogs to follow
(Stolen from Ivo’s Fontwerk.com)