01 octobre 2009
Martin Majoor :: interview | Typeradio, 07/09/2009
Martin Majoor discusses his first type and lettering books given to him by his grandfather and his first typeface. He recounts his art school days in Arnhem and his current teaching practice and teaching philosophies. He speaks in regards to the influence of history on his work, the difference between working with text typefaces and display typefaces and his hate for Helvetica. Recorded at the 33pt conference 2009 in Dortmund.
Ecouter : première partie
Martin Majoor discusses the new typeface for the Dutch government (Rijksoverheid Serif and Sans). His differing roles as a book designer and as a type designer. He reflects on the lack of female type designers and in graphic design in general. He speaks about how he names his typefaces as well as his current projects. Recorded at the 33pt conference 2009 in Dortmund.
Ecouter : seconde partie
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