Tuesday, 11:59am
28 May 2013

New work, new fonts, New Transport

Henrik Kubel takes the stage for Eye’s forthcoming Type Tuesday event at St Bride Library 

Next week’s Type Tuesday event at St Bride Library in London features designer Henrik Kubel talking about his work as a type designer, including his collaboration with Margaret Calvert on New Rail Alphabet and New Transport, and his ongoing partnership with Scott Williams in the design practice A2/SW/HK. Other participants include Ben Terrett and Simon Esterson.

This is the second of Eye’s quarterly evenings at the Fleet Street venue, the scene of several previous Eye-associated events, including the Music Design conference in 2010, last year’s ‘Out of the Box’ archive night and the first Type Tuesday with Mark Porter – ‘The magazine now arriving at platform 15’ on 12 March 2013.

Cover of Aperture magazine, designed by A2/SW/HK.

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Regular type family, designed by Henrik Kubel for A2-Type.

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Antwerp designed by Henrik Kubel (used by Simon Esterson in Eye 82).

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Henrik Kubel.

HenrikKubel at AGI2011

Type Tuesday: Henrik Kubel: ‘New work, new fonts, New Transport’

Eye magazine presents the second of four informal gatherings about design and type, with contributions from Ben Terrett of Government Digital Service and other special guests who have worked with designer Henrik Kubel.

Bridewell Hall, St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street
London EC4Y 8EE. From 7-9.30pm.

The next Type Tuesday will be on 10 September (see below).

Book tickets via Eventbrite.

Henrik Kubel and Margaret Calvert working on the digitisation of New Rail Alphabet (originally called Britanica), 2009. Photograph: Anthony Oliver.
See ‘Britain’s signature’ in Eye 70.

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