It’s all about Paper, Baby!

Oct 4, 2019 • 11:30h

  • locationHalle E, Workshop room
  • priceEUR 30,-
  • participants15 Persons

You haven’t felt the sensation of beautiful paper in a while? Here’s your chance to go wild! Anna Frey, graphic designer and author of „Bücher binden“, will show you the beautiful world of Japanese bookbinding. In 60 minutes you will get in touch with different bookbinding techniques, hear about the importance of paper in design and finally bind your very own book – Japanese style. Beautiful paper and colorful yarns will be ready for you to experiment and make your notebook stand out.

All materials and tools are included.

Anna Frey is a graphic designer based in Vienna, part of the interdisciplinary collective STUDIO SEIS and founder of Workshops von Frey. She offers bookbinding workshops and illustrated step by step tutorials in order to help paper lovers to learn the art of bookbinding. Her first book „Bücher binden. Grundlagen und Techniken Schritt für Schritt“ is now available.

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Dalton Maag

Oct 5, 2019 • 12:30h

  • locationHalle E, Workshop room
  • priceEUR € 30,-
  • participants25 Persons

Variable Fonts, the next chapter in digital typography 

What are Variable Fonts and how can this emerging technology already be exploited? Dalton Maag will give a practical insight into this new technology, explain how it’s developed, and show what is out there to discover in this changing typographic landscape. Variable Fonts can be space saving, increase performance, and allow responsive and dynamic typography, but next to technical advantages, this new format has inspired new creative applications as designers are discovering typographic solutions that have not been possible until now.  

The workshop will allow for a deeper dive into the subject. Participants will be guided through a hands-on workshop, experiencing the basic drawing principles of digital type design that will help them them to understand how Variable Fonts are constructed. The tool for the exercise will be Adobe Illustrator. The outcome will be a typographic artwork.

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