SLANTED

Weingart

http://www.slanted.de/events/weingart-typografie

2014.04.16
hitoshi koizumi



Schweizer Grand Prix Design 2014

Weingart


2014.04.14
hitoshi koizumi



Weingart Typography

Weingart

Guided Tours
- Wednesday, 6 pm:
14.5., 4.6., 11.6., 18.6., 2.7., 16.7., 30.7., 13.8., 24.9.2014
- Sunday, 11 am:
11.5., 1.6., 8.6., 15.6., 22.6., 29.6., 13.7., 27.7., 10.8., 24.8., 7.9., 21.9., 28.9.2014

Panel Discussion
- Wednesday, 21 May 2014, 6 pm
Typography in Zurich and Basel: the Conflict in the 1970s and 1980s
Guests: Urs Fanger, Victor Malsy, Peter von Kornatzki and Wolfgang Weingart
Moderator: Meret Ernst, editor Hochparterre

Discussions at the Exhibition
- Wednesday, 28 May 2014, 6 pm
A Typographical Voyage of Discovery
Wolfgang Weingart and Christian Brändle, Director
- Wednesday, 25 June 2014, 6 pm, (in English)
The Process as Illumination
Hamish Muir, co-founder of MuirMcNeil and of 8vo London, and Barbara Junod
- Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 6 pm
Typography as a “Black” Art
Wolfgang Weingart and Barbara Junod
- Wednesday, 3 September, 6 pm, (in English)
New Worlds and Infinite Possibilities
Philip Burton, Chair and Professor in Design, School of Design, University of Illinois at Chicago and Sarah Owens, Co-Head of Visual Communication at ZHdK

Typeface Experiment and Letter Laboratory

When Letters Begin to Do Their Own Thing (in German)

2014.04.07
hitoshi koizumi



eMuseum

Weingart

http://www.emuseum.ch/view/objects/aslist/19097/0/title-asc

2014.04.03
hitoshi koizumi



Museum für Gestaltung Zürich

Weingart

http://www.museum-gestaltung.ch/en/exhibitions/annual-program-2014/weingart-typography

Wolfgang Weingart is regarded as the “enfant terrible” of modern Swiss typography. At an early stage he broke with the established rules: He freed letters from the shackles of the design grid, spaced, underlined or reshaped them and reorganized type-setting. Later he mounted halftone films to form collages, anticipating the digital sampling of the post-modern “New Wave”. As a typography teacher at the Basel School of Design Weingart shaped several generations of designers from 1968 onwards. They came from throughout the world and helped him achieve international recognition. Weingart’s experimental design approach and the connection between analog and digital techniques that he called for are topical again today. His life’s work is shown for the first time in Switzerland and juxtaposed with works produced through his teaching activity.

参考:
http://www.dnp.co.jp/gallery/ddd_e/exhibition/d103/index.html

2014.01.07
hitoshi koizumi



Bright Lights: The AIGA Awards Gala_April 19

Weingart

http://www.aiga.org/video-medalist-wolfgang-weingart/
©AIGA
"Weingart’s innate understanding of the limitations of perpendicular composition in lead typesetting, coupled with the strict technical and aesthetic discipline of his apprenticeship and his inherently rebellious nature, drove him inexorably to pursue a more experimental approach."
by Philip Burton on the AIGA site.
http://www.aiga.org/the-aiga-awards/
http://adweb.aa.uic.edu/web/people/faculty.php?id=8

2013.04.27
hitoshi koizumi



WW AWARDED THE AIGA GOLD MEDAL FOR 2013

Weingart

http://www.aiga.org/medalist-wolfgang-weingart/

2013.02.05
hitoshi koizumi



WEGE ZUR TYPOGRAPHIE NR.4

Weingart

"The Philosophy in my typography classes at the Basel School of Design continues to be that students begin to work with the fascinating capabilities of computers only after they have developed such a foundation." w.w.

2011.10.09
hitoshi koizumi



Basel...Hochschule Darmstadt im Fachbereich Gestaltung

Weingart

http://www.manystuff.org/?p=3583

Darmstadtか...なつかしい。

2011.09.19
hitoshi koizumi



calling

Weingart

外からの初の電話連絡は、心配したワインガルトからのでした。

2011.03.12
hitoshi koizumi