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Providing an insight into her latest projects, Irma also gives her thoughts on incorporating typography into book designs, whilst Ramiro tells us about his type foundry, Re-Type.permalink
In our third Talking Types, we spoke to Peter about how he manages to work on such a vast range of projects, what it’s like teaching at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and about his newest typefaces.
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Last year in our inaugural FontFont newsletter, we launched Talking Types – a regular podcast where we step outside our typographic box and speak to designers, makers, disrupters, and interesting types from across the world to hear their stories and discuss design.
In the first Talking Types, our founder Erik Spiekermann spoke to Hamish Muir and Paul McNeil about their newest typeface, FF ThreeSix and discussed bending the rules, geometric typefaces and the relationship between visual and transmitted language. In the second edition, we caught up with Kai Brach, founder and editor of Offscreen Magazine, to find out what it was like starting Offscreen, the lessons he learnt and hear what he does to step away from the distractions of the screen.
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Kai started his highly successful magazine, back in 2011, having spent a number of years working in the web design industry. The magazine is available in print only and takes a look at the people and personalities behind the pixels.
We caught up with him to find out what it was like starting Offscreen, the lessons he learnt and hear what does to step away from the distractions of the screen.permalink