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2012/2013 invited designers at the ESAD Valence Grenoble Drawing instructions; embodying the TURTLE relational drawing language for large scale typography After Metahaven (2008/2009), Åbäke (2009/2010), Paul Elliman (2010/2011) and LUST (2011/2012), OSP Open Source Publishing are the the fifth collective … Continue reading
Visual identity for Conference: Poster, website, flyers
May 16-20, 2012 Source Files :: Photo Gallery A week of type, open source and procedural thinking. Learning to work with the command line, drawing a collaborative typeface through drawing instructions and writing scripts to modify existing Libre typefaces.
May 3-4, 2012 Web Specimen :: Source Files :: Photo Gallery Even if a digital font is much more easily modified and reinterpreted than its counterpart in lead, most digital fonts are distributed under licences that prohibit modification and redistribution.
Visual Identity for Free Libre Open Source Software Arts Lab The 19th century town house at Rue Gallait 80 is now known as Constant Variable. For three years, it will house an arts lab for free, libre and open source … Continue reading
OSP has designed the 2012 program for Brussels based alternative radio station, Radio Panik (105.4 FM). The program (‘the grille’) is constructed through what is considered a type crime— horizontally squashing the text to make it fit. Next to the … Continue reading
October 25, 2011 Blog Post To give programming a productive place in your arts and design practice, you need to get to know programming culture, and, ideally, take part in (re)shaping it. To feel comfortable with being a programmer, you … Continue reading
5 and 6 december 2011 Source Files :: Photo Gallery As part of the Networked Media Sampler course, OSP give a two day workshop at the Piet Zwart Institute, getting up close and personal with the bézier curves at the … Continue reading
‘Hypermap is a lab for the remembering, combining and forgetting of (embodied) knowledge.’ For this project by Danslab Schr.fr makes a design installation in the gallery of the CBKU.
Open Baskerville is an ongoing open source project to create a digital revival of the famous ‘Baskerville’ typefaces. Open Baskerville is based upon Fry’s Baskerville, a Baskerville-inspired derivative created by Isaac Moore, a punchcutter who worked for the type foundry … Continue reading