Typeface, the film

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A new documentary produced by Kartemquin films, “Typeface focuses on a rural Midwestern museum and print shop where international artists meet retired craftsmen and together navigate the convergence of modern design and traditional technique.”

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The subject of the film, Hamilton Wood Type Museum, looks pretty amazing—it houses over 1.5 million letterforms! I think I might go into shock in a place like that. In addition to their daily tours, it looks they conduct workshops from time to time, and they also have a few items available in their online shop.

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The film is currently in the final editing stages. Kartemquin is trying to raise funds to complete the process, and so are hosting a screening and fundraiser this Friday night in Chicago. Check here for more information. If you can’t make it to the event, you can also make a donation in support of the film right here via Paypal.

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  1. Typeface: The Goods | design work life says:

    [...] in 2008, I intro­duced you to Typeface, a doc­u­men­tary about rural Midwestern museum and print shop. Lots of devel­op­ments have [...]
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