Typeradio Podcast

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Type is speech on paper, Typeradio is speech on type. Typeradio, the radio channel on type and design.

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Typeradio Podcast

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21 Felix Pfäffli 1/12014-11-26 11:49:00
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22 Willem Henri Lucas 1/12014-10-22 07:52:00
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23 David Jonathan Ross 1/12014-10-02 04:52:00
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24 Indra Kupferschmid 1/12014-08-31 04:31:00
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25 Deirdre Lawrence 1/12014-06-24 11:14:00
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26 Gottfried Pott 1/12014-06-06 02:45:00
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27 Jovica Veljovic 1/12014-05-31 06:32:00
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28 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Decoder 1/12014-05-02 03:49:00
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29 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Nitti 1/12014-04-01 03:01:00
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30 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - BInt 1/12014-03-31 11:46:00
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31 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - New Alphabet 1/12014-03-31 11:45:00
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32 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Rijksmuseum 1/12014-03-31 11:45:00
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33 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Macula 1/12014-03-31 11:42:00
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34 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Eames 1/12014-03-31 11:41:00
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35 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Brokken 1/12014-03-31 11:40:00
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36 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Laundry 1/12014-03-31 11:38:00
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37 Typographic Chinese Whispers II - Neutral 1/12014-03-31 11:23:00
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38 Dan Reynolds 1/12014-03-19 12:12:00
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39 Eike König 1/12014-02-25 08:06:00
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40 Morag Myerscough 1/12014-01-17 05:41:00
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Morag Myerscough 1/1

Morag Myerscough’s Studio Myerscough is one of the UK’s more prolific studios, with a consistent stream of work for exhibitions, schools, installations, wayfinding projects and advertising, largely but not exclusively 3D and with a strong graphic signature driven by a feeling for (big) type and lettering. Obviously we want to hear all about Morag’s fantastic family background story and wonder how this bohemian upbringing influenced her work. And how does she deal with possible disappointment while creating spaces that seem more permanent and are not easily changed. Is it always what she imagined beforehand? We’re also curious about her relationship with colour. And what about her twitteraccount…? Recorded at the Integrated 2013 Conference in Antwerp, Belgium. Studio Myerscough :: Supergroup :: Morag's twitter :: Designboom interview :: Eye Morag and Lemmy video :: A career in design video :: British Council In Profile video :: File Download (30:19 min / 42 MB)…read more