Sans Everything is an ode to the world’s beloved letterform
It all started back in 1816, when the first sans serif typeface specimen of the foundry of William Caslon IV changed the future of typography. Celebrating the bicentenary, École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens is launching “Sans Everything”.
The international conference about the history, the design and the use of sans serif letterforms in this cross-disciplinary, free event is accompanied by two substantial exhibitions: Traits lettres bâtons and Pangramme: learning type design. In case you were wondering what happened to serif-less letterforms since Max called them Linéales or Francis Antiques, if you are willing to explore the Sans realm with a variety of designs, past and present, or you are into searching the numerous examples of the sanserif legacy between the thick and thin strokes and lines be a part of Sans Everything starting off today.
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