Aaaaand here they are! The letters of Doodlefest (July)!
Thanks to everyone who pitched in.
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Lots of doodles and ideas exploded last week at Doodlefest (July). Over 60 letter doodles have been collected and in the next few days will be compiled into a free font for all those who attended.
What is Doodlefest? It is a fun, free creative meet-up offered in San Francisco by Alphabetic Order and PSY/OPS several times a year. Check it out:
This year the SF Design Week Studio Tour is featuring over 40 open studio tours spread over two nights.
PSY/OPS Type Foundry will be offering a behind–the–scenes look during the upcoming SF Design Week Studio Tour. The route on Wednesday is titled “Mid-Market – Hayes Valley – Mission – Bernal Heights” and PSY/OPS will be in the first stage. We will be open from 6pm–7pm on Wednesday June 18th. We hope to see you here!
PSY/OPS is now holding type design workshops through its academic wing, (The) Alphabetic Order. Next up is the Type Design Intensive, a comprehensive two day workshop exploring each phase of the font development process — from concept to completion.
The first session begins Saturday October 12th (the second session is the following Saturday). There are limited seats available so register soon.
Learn more and register for the class at alphabeticorder.com.
Come visit us for a behind-the-scenes look at our fun PSY/OPS type lounge during the SF Design Week Studio Tour Crawl. We open our doors Wednesday June 26th, 2013 from 6-7pm. Check out our digs, learn about our process (and what we do in general) and see some type-inspired art. We hope to see you here!
Just yesterday the PSY/OPS crew visited California College of the Arts’ type design exhibition Types and Characters. The exhibit was beautifully curated by three students of Jon Sueda‘s Advanced Design Exhibition class. Impressive work.
The exhibit featured three of CCA’s amazing type anchors (who were also interviewed in the latest issue of Glance magazine) Bob Aufuldish, James T. Edmondson, and our very own Rod Cavazos. They fielded tough lettering and typography questions posed by a large crowd of what can only be called “type nerds.”
Read more about the event here…