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Monday, 18. April 2022
Neville Brody — The end of structure! — Challenging design paths — Beyond the obvious. Typography and Visual Communication in times of disruption.
It is obvious that the pandemic affects our daily lives and the way we operate as educators, students or practitioners in the fields of typography and visual communication. The aim of the conference is to ‘see’ beyond the obvious, discussing examples from the past, deepening into the present, and raising important issues for the future in the areas of history, theory and practice. Among the plans of the Organising Committee of the 2022 ICTVC is to have a special section on education, the challenges and opportunities in turbulent and uncertain times like these.
Since its inception in 2002, ICTVC has been established as one of the most prominent international events in its field. Supporting open, meaningful dialogue, the conference attracts people from many different countries and disciplines who share a passion for research, education, and practice in relation to typography and visual communication.
ICTVC’s thematic areas are informed by its previous events, and formulated in response to the sociopolitical, economic and cultural environment. It places this discourse in the context of the impact of new technologies on research, theory, history, education and practice in typography, printing, publishing, and other visual communication disciplines.
ICTVC 8 · Thessaloniki, 5 — 9 July 2022
ICTVC was founded by Klimis Mastoridi the first conference, which was held in Thessaloniki in 2002 with the support of friends and colleagues, was a big success. ICTVC now attracts speakers and delegates on an international scale and from a wide range of disciplines related to typography and design. The high quality of presentations is a hallmark of this conference.
Sunday, 3. October 2021
The Exfoliation of Love! — Puredistance No.12 completes the Magnificent XII Collection. — 12 noble good thoughts!
Created by Nathalie Feisthauer for Puredistance: Nathalie is an independent perfumer with a long and rich experience in creating perfumes. Perfumes for the happy few and world famous perfumes created while she worked in leading perfume companies. She was trained in the prestigious Givaudan Roure Perfumery School in Grasse. Nathalie began her career in New York in the ’90s, opening the door of Estée Lauder for Givaudan, as well as working with the famous perfume consultant Ann Gottlieb. Two of her passions and inspirations echo the world of fragrances: gardening and cooking. In 2015 she decided to go independent and created LAB scent.
Meeting Jan Ewoud Vos in 2007 I discovered a completely new and distinctive language of sharing and recalling good thoughts and images far beyond »lift-filling« scents. No.12 completes a unique 19 years journey.
Thank You, and Congratulations to all the Puredistance Team!
Sunday, 13. June 2021
Covid is Over! — Hello David.
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