TYPO Berlin photos


Just before the very last talk, when Jürgen Siebert thanked all participators, moderators and sponsors on stage, the main screen showed a set of long time exposure photos prepared by Alexander Branczyk and his FH Dortmund students using a computer operated LED stick originated in the Berlin based Trafo Pop movement. They happened to have prepared an »Antithesis« file and performed the photo with me.

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Photos of film shooting

Here is a selection of photos from the film sets.

They are in fairly high resolution and quality and should be fit even for print.
Please click on the preview images to download the full quality RGB JPG version.
Please make sure you include credits to the photographers wherever possible. You will find them in the file names. They are mainly by Daniel Scholz, but a few are by Christiane Kupfer. Daniel Scholz is a professional photographer and therefore requires the credits.

Important: Please wait with the release until after TYPO Berlin (May 17th 2014).

The first photo is the key visual. I will use it wherever possible myself, and have just ordered posters and flyers with that visual.

Antithesis - Photo by Daniel Scholz-1


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Crowd Funding Start, Deutsch

Kromsdorf, 23. Oktober 2012


Multimediatalent Yanone dreht 3D-Tanzmusikfilm »Antithesis« angelehnt an seine gleichnamige Schriftfamilie

Am 3. Dezember 2012 startet das Crowd-Funding für ein ungewöhnliches Filmprojekt: Der junge deutsche Schriftgestalter und Multimedia-Künstler Yanone dreht einen Tanzmusikfilm, dessen Konzept seiner Schriftfamilie Antithesis entlehnt ist.

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Crowd Funding Start, English

Kromsdorf/Germany, October 26th 2012


Multimedia talent Yanone makes 3D dance music film »Antithesis« after typeface of same name

On December 3rd 2012 a crowd funding campaign starts for an unusual film project: The young Germany type designer and multimedia artist Yanone makes a dance music film, whose concept is borrowed from his typeface Antithesis.

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