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Leipziger Typotage 2014 website

Contributed by Indra Kupferschmid on Feb 13th, 2014.
    Leipziger Typotage 2014 website 1
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Leipzig “Typotage” type conference takes place since 1995 in the printing museum, first as a two or three day fest, since 2008 as a one day event. After many years of changing looks, Maurice Göldner and Susanne Richwien gave the Typotage a new and current design. The website, realised by Zentrumwest, makes great use of Thomas Thiemich’s typeface Remo, published by Ourtype. (As an aside, Göldner and Thiemich, as well as Peter Mohr and Monique Dickmanns of Zentrumwest, studied typeface design in Leipzig with Fred Smeijers.)

    Leipziger Typotage 2014 website 2
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Leipziger Typotage 2014 website 3
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Leipziger Typotage 2014 website 4
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Leipziger Typotage 2014 website 5
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    The titles of past conferences link to their respective old website and show how excellent the current design for 2014 is.
    Source: http://www.typotage.de License: All Rights Reserved.

    The titles of past conferences link to their respective old website and show how excellent the current design for 2014 is.

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    4 Comments on “Leipziger Typotage 2014 website”

    1. Feb 13th, 2014  8:26 pm
      Wonderful overhaul. Here’s the old site on FIU.
    2. Nick says:
      Mar 31st, 2014  12:52 pm

      well done, but why didn’t you link to this site? It’s much more fun to explore the webpage in real.

    3. Mar 31st, 2014  10:06 pm

      Nick — A rare oversight, and now added to the entry. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!

    4. Apr 1st, 2014  8:41 am

      The source credit of the images linked to the website but thanks Stephen for adding a link in the description, too. I thought I did that.

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