Arabic Typography 2008 video podcast
By Kaveh Bazargan, River Valley Technologies
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n Evening of Arabic Typography, October 26, 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Brief presentations by Thomas Milo, Tarek Atrissi, preceded a general introduction of the topic by Titus Nemeth, all active in Arabic typography. They will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Titus Nemeth to shed light upon the art of printing Arabic from different perspectives. Tarek Atrissi designs new Arabic typography taking Dutch culture into the balance. Thomas Milo stands in a centuries old Dutch tradition of academic high–quality Arabic typography and creates innovative technology taking Arabic script culture into the balance. How do these different perspectives relate to one another? Please send any comments to Kaveh Bazargan (firstname.lastname@example.org). Keywords: Typography, Arabic, Graphics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, De Levante
|1||VideoArabic Typography||Beirut born Tarek Atrissi, now based in Holland, has gained a worldwide reputation for his cross–cultural design work, which has been exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum New York...||7 11 08||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoA general introduction of the topic “An Evening of Arabic Typography”||Vienna–born Titus Nemeth graduated in 2006 with a distinction from the Master of Arts Typeface Design programme at the Department of Typography and Visual Communication, University of Reading.||4 11 08||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoArabic Script||Amsterdam–born Thomas Milo is independent scholar, typographer and inventor. Tom was guest lecturer among others at Cooper Union in New York, the Agha Khan Program for Islamic Architecture...||31 10 08||Free||View In iTunes|