> see leipzig 2000 report
ATypI 2001 in copenhagen...
too much coffee?
there's relief --
the ATypI flag hanging purdy...
and the typebox catalog lying spruce.
can you see the writing on the wall?
it's a ok.
exhibits in the main hall:
as one speaker had it, danish type seems based more on constructed lettering, while dutch type draws on calligraphy?
presentations by our speakers:
beauty, functionality and humor
don't need to exclude each other.
paul van der laan takes calligraphy into pixels
thomas milo rescues arabic into the digital age
albert-jan pool brings humor into signage
("bad road ahead: watch your dentures")
jan middendorp brings european and cuban
hand-lettering back into the game
...and finally our gala dinner
at the cannon factory:
outside cooking inside