Resourceful and itinerant, the hobos developed a secret language system, doomed to disappear, to leave clues for their fellow hobos.
Didot was for a long time the spearhead of French typography. Let’s discover how this bicentennial typeface managed to combine finesse and elegance to cross the centuries, and remain at the forefront of fashion!
Last chapter on french publishing houses, the split between Poche and Folio, the graphic inventors, and the return of the beautiful independent book.
Les Rencontres de Lure. For 61 years, strange wackos have been meeting every summer in “Lurs-en-Provence” to redo the typography in particular and the world in general. In a climate of camaraderie, under the Provençal sun, perched on a rock, all the faces of typography are discussed.
Retrospective of Roger Excoffon’s work. Graphic designer, typographer and type designer 1910-1983. The creator of the Banco, Mistral, antique olive typography… but also of the Air France visual identity.