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Dusting latin type history #2 Start making sans: France
with Sébastien Morlighem

The Monarchy of July was an eventful and fecund period in France on many levels. The rise of advertising and the development of the press and publishing allowed many trades such as printing, typography but also lithography and sign painting to thrive. The appearance and spread of sans serif letters will be the main theme of this presentation.

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Mon, April 4, 2022

Where: Online

The Herb Lubalin Lectures are recorded and made available here and on Vimeo with the generous support of TypeCulture.

About Sébastien Morlighem

Sébastien Morlighem 2020
Sébastien Morlighem is a teacher & researcher at the École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens (FR). A founder of the Bibliothèque typographique for Ypsilon Éditeur, he has coauthored several books & written many articles. He has also curated several conferences & exhibitions on graphic design, typography, & type design. He holds a PhD from the University of Reading (UK).