Peter Biľak

Rethinking Publishing

TYPO Berlin 2014 ROOTS | Saturday, 17 May | 12:00 pm | Hall | English

In this talk, Peter Biľak will examine the ways that current publishing practices are rooted in the 19th century, and how in order to move forward, we may have to go back to the roots and reconnect with readers. He will also talk about his recent project, Works That Work magazine, which set out to rethink publishing paradigms, starting with its financing, distribution and production.


Peter Biľak

Type Designer, Designer (The Hague)

Peter Biľak works in the field of editorial, graphic, and type design and teaches at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. He is running Typotheque, the first foundry to bring webfonts to the market. Recently he started »Works That Work«, magazine of unexpected creativity that rethinks publishing practices. Photo:…

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