In his birthplace he promoted the edition of the art magazine Art. During the Spanish civil war (1936–1939) he emigrated to France. He started working in Paris for Draeger Frères. Later he becomes the Art Director of Fonderie Typographique Française.
French type designer. He worked with Maximilien Vox in the early 1950s. From 1954 to 1959 he worked as assistant to Roger Excoffon at the Fonderie Olive, Marseille. After this he worked on a freelance basis. From 1985 to 1990 he taught type design at
American designer who directed Intertype’s program of type design through the middle years of the 20th century.
Ricardo Rousselot, began is career in the 50s, started in Buenos Aires working for the Graphic World of those days, in 1961 he and his family moved to Chicago, where he was extremely lucky to work with reputed Calligraphers and Lettering Artist, such
Graphic designer, typographer and printer, from the 1930s on he devoted his talent to the design of posters, leaflets, book covers and bibliophile editions, and is regarded as one of the pioneers of graphic design in Spain. In 1947 he founded Filogra
Christopher Burke is a typographer, typeface designer and type historian. He worked at Monotype Typography in the UK, before studying for a PhD in Typography & Graphic Communication at the University of Reading, England, where he planned and directed
German designer active in type design in the second quarter of the 20th century, associated with the Bauhaus and with Bauer.
Gerard Unger Born at Arnhem, Netherlands, 1942. Studied graphic design, typography and type design from 1963–’67 at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. He teaches as visiting Professor at The University of Reading, UK, Department of Typography an
Antoni Morillas is a type designer.
Marie-Therésè Koreman is a type designer.