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tptalks18: Spassky Fischer, Thomas Petitjean, Hugo Anglade

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Published on Jun 21, 2018

https://www.typeparis.com/events/thom...

Spassky Fischer is a graphic design studio founded in 2014 by Hugo Anglade, Thomas Petitjean and Antoine Stevenot. Later joined by the photographer Julia Andréone and Manon Bruet.
Combining graphic design, art direction and photography, Spassky Fischer works mainly in the artistic and cultural fields. The studio handle the whole communication and identity of the MAC VAL museun and the Mucem in Marseille.

Each Wednesday: two speakers + one facilitator
https://www.typeparis.com/events

Our free talks open to the public will include two speakers: graphic designer as well the weekly #typeparis18 international guest critic. The venue is limited to 130 people, after this limit, you will be added to the waiting list, and your entry will not be fully guaranteed. Our Talks will be given in English, no livestream, but available videos at a later date. Being present on the spot is the best way to miss nothing. Meanwhile, as the #tptalks18 are organized in Paris, France, most of attendees will be Parisians. Le Français sera largement employé par les participants lors de l’inscription et des échanges nombreux durant la soirée.

About TypeParis
Learn how to design type from scratch here in Europe. Based in Paris and launched by the Typofonderie team in 2015, TypeParis is an intensive type design programme. Our unique approach continues the long tradition that started in France back in the 1970’s. The programme also includes weekly talks which are open to the public and streamed live. Subscribe to our mailing list!


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