6th TypeClinic
Aljaž Vesel, “Emsley” Continuation of a corporate slab serif typefamily with an English flavor
Jan Janecek, “Skvär” a evenly “gray” serif with large apertures, high x-height, and a squarish skelet form
Tomato Košir, “Rastignac Italic” Italic continuation of a didone typefamily Rastignac
Verena Manyet, “Pandora” attribution of bold to the Pandora typefamily, slightly rounded sans serif, with three different style variations for titling
Theresa Radlingmaier, “Poldi” continuation of a typeface Poldi, a modern typeface with a calligraphic character
Monika Marek, “Trenta” linear sans serif enriched by calligraphy elements
Clara Wildberger, “Kigeling” thin linear sans serif for acompaniing authors photographical work
Igor Štumberger, “Sadwitch” sans serif for editorial use
Christin Bacher, “Spoon” a linear sans serif, with large apertures and high x-height
María Ramos, “Calada” linear sans serif typeface where stencil features are used for a releave of dark areas
Barbara Borko, “Slap Slab” a slab serif intended for web
Damian Langosz, “Broken Stamp” edgy typecafe for a manual technique of producing stamps
Dedi Cohen, “Kita [Hello first grade]” latin typeface created for acompaniing hebrew texts, where bilinguality is a necessity *next to Kita Hebrew font David by Itamar David (http://goo.gl/WmRUA).
TypeClinic 6th international type design workshop, 2013

10-17 February, Triglav national park, Trenta valley, Slovenia,
mentor & organiser: Tomato Košir, comentor: Aljaž Vesel

Tomato Kosir
(*)tomato Ljubljana, Slovenia