Type@Paris 2018

📍 Paris, France

Hansje van Halem, about the new graphic style for LowlandsHansje van Halem, about the new graphic style for LowlandsType@Paris is a 5-week typeface design program, which started in 2015.

Over the course of the program, industry leaders including Xavier Dupré, Indra Kupferschmid, Jean François Porchez (founder of TypeParis), Julien Priez and Mathieu Réguer will teach and mentor students in both traditional and modern craft techniques of typeface design.

Located in the center of Paris, students will be able to enjoy the culture of the city and will also receive access to historic materials at key libraries in the city. Renowned guest critics, will compliment the daily program with unique perspectives around typography and design.

Additionally, a series of talks will be organized (and open to the public) in parallel to the formal typography program. Various renowned designers will be invited to share this opportunity to discuss the history, design, and the future of typography design.

The #typeparis18 programme will take place between 11 June 2018 and 13 July 2018. To don’t miss the 14 March 2018 application deadline.


Each Wednesday in Paris we organize the #tptalks18. In 2018, our free talks open to the public and streamed live to the world will include: Rejane Dal Bello, Hansje van Halem, Claudia Klat, Spin Studio, Morag Myerscough, Thomas Petitjean, Spassky Fischer as well all the #typeparis18 weekly international guests critics. The amazing evenings involve two speakers and one facilitator. A tote-bag full of typographic goodies is given to all attendees! The evenings run late with conversation, food and drink.

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🙋‍♀️ 🙋‍♂️ Speakers

  • Xavier Dupré
  • Indra Kupferschmid
  • Jean François Porchez
  • Julien Priez
  • Mathieu Réguer
  • Marc Rouault
  • Rainer Erich Scheichelbauer
  • Georg Seifer
  • Rejane Dal Bello
  • Hansje van Halem
  • Claudia Klat
  • Spin Studio
  • Morag Myerscough
  • Thomas Petitjean
  • Spassky Fischer

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