Katja

Illustrierte Stimmen: Tag 1

Viel war los auf den Bühnen am ersten Tag der TYPO. Wir haben zur Abwechslung mal nicht die Sprecher und Sprecherinnen, sondern das Publikum zu Wort kommen lassen und uns umgehört: Wer besucht eigentlich Europas größte Designkonferenz, und was haben die Leute zu erzählen?

Von Christoph Rauscher

Live Stream Speakers

Live und in Farbe: TYPO Talks im Live-Stream // Stream the Gems of TYPO Talks live

Zu viele Termine? Zu viel auf dem Tisch? Schade! Für all diejenigen, die während der TYPO im Büro geblieben sind: Holt euch einen Kaffee, lehnt euch zurück und genießt ausgewählte Talks live auf eurem Bildschirm.
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You are too busy and can’t make it to the TYPO Talks this year? TYPO Berlin has a gift for you: Stream our selected talks live during the conference!

Video archive

Video archive: January selection – Hidden gems

Those of you who have been to a TYPO Berlin conference before 2010 know, that one of the highlights after each conference was — when the DVD with selected TYPO talks came home by postal services worldwide. Since 2011 we don’t burn DVDs anymore; all TYPO talks (in Berlin, London, San Fran) that got recorded can be found in our TYPOtalks video archive. By now we have over 300 design talks online and each year we add around 30 new videos. 300×45 minutes = 225 hours of video material. Because this is a lot of time you’d need to watch through this, we now start to bring you selected content. Every month (until we get tired in doing so) we will select 5 talks under different topics. Hope you like it. Off we go – with the hidden gems. TYPO speakers, that are not so well-known but truly suprized us.

© Sebastian Weiß, Monotype

TYPO Stoff fürs Sommerloch

Die Ferienzeit naht. Zeit die TYPO Berlin 2016 in Ruhe Revue passieren zu lassen und Lücken zu füllen. Hardfacts: 1526 Teilnehmer kamen aus 29 Ländern zusammen. 69 Sprecher verteilten sich auf 46 Vorträge und Teilnehmer konnten sich in 9 verschiedenen Workshops ausprobieren.

Titelfoto vom Foyer: Sebastian Weiß/Monotype

Jonathan Barnbrook on the TYPO main stage in a conversation with Sonja Knecht © Norman Posselt / Monotype

Jonathan Barnbrook: Affecting the World in a Real Way

Jonathan Barnbrook was a punk at age 11 and he keeps the spirit to this day. This is not about aesthetics but about questioning the dominant fiction and actually changing society. A frequent speaker at TYPO Berlin, Barnbrook returned this year for an informal conversation about music, typography and the designers’ social responsibility.

© Norman Posselt / Monotype

Katrín Ólína: Types of Mind

Katrín Ólína is a beautiful mind. Of the kind that unfolds from within, that occurs through the wholeness of the fragmented complexity of being. It is the beauty beyond the surface, beyond gender, and beyond design. (and yet very close)

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