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03/04 SAGMEISTER 05/06 KAREL MARTENS 07/08 CLAUDE GARAMOND 09/10 MARIAN BANTJES

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SAGMEISTER


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KAREL MARTENS


The work of Karel Martens Karel Martens is a Dutch occupies an intriguing place in designer and teacher. After theMartens present European art-andThe work of Karel training at the school of art Karel Martens is a Dutch design Martens occupies an intriguing placelandscape. in in Arnhem, he has worked designer and teacher. After can be placed in the tradition the present European art-anda freelance graphic training at theas school of art Dutch modernism – in the design landscape.ofMartens specializing in in Arnhem, hedesigner, has worked line of figures such as Piet can be placed in the tradition typography. Alongside this, as a freelance graphic Zwart, of Dutch modernism – in H.N. the Werkman, Willem he has alwaysinmade free (nondesigner, specializing Sandberg. line of figures such as Piet Yet he maintains commissioned) typography. Alongside this, graphic and some distance from the Zwart, H.N. Werkman, Willem three-dimensional work. His he has always made free (nondevelopments of our Sandberg. Yet he main maintains design work commissioned) graphic andranges widely, time: some distance from from the both the practices fromwork. postage three-dimensional His stamps, to of routinized modernism main developments of our books, widely, to signs on buildings. design work ranges of the facile reactions time: from both theand practices this worktois documented from postageAllstamps, against this. His work is both of routinized modernism books, to signsand on celebrated buildings. in the books and of the facile personal reactionsand experimental. Martens: drukwerk / All this work isKarel documented At the same time, it is publicly against this. His work is both matter and Karel and celebratedprinted in the books answerable. Over the now personal and experimental. M adrukwerk r t e n s : c /o u n t e r p r i n t . Karel Martens: At the same time,50 it is years publiclyof his practice, Martens taught graphic printed matter and has Karel Martens has been prolific answerable. Over the now M a r t e n s design : c o u nsince t e r p r1977. i n t . His first as his a designer of books. He 50 years of practice, was at the Martensappointment has taught graphic has also made contributions Martens has been prolific of art design school since 1977. His at firstArnhem in aofwide range as a designer books. He of design (until 1994). Hethe was then appointment was at commissions, has also made contributions including the Jan van school attached of art at to Arnhem stamps, coins, signs on in a wide range of design Eyck Academie Maastricht (until 1994). He was in then b u i l dincluding ings. Intimately commissions, (1994–9). attached to theFrom Jan 1997 van he has connected stamps, coins, signswith onthis design been in a Maastricht visiting lecturer Eyck Academie b u i l d i n g swork . I n has t i m been a t e l yhis practice i n From t h e 1997 g r a phe h ihas c design (1994–9).

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Old School Claude Garamond was a French publisher from Paris. He was one of the leading type designers of his time, and is credited with the introduction of the apostrophe, the accent and the cedilla to the French language. Several contemporary typefaces, including those currently known as Garamond, Granjon, and Sabon, reflect his influence. Garamond was an apprentice of Simon de Colines; later, he was an assistant to Geoffroy Tory, whose interests in humanist typography and the ancient Greek capital letterforms, or majuscules, may have informed Garamond’s later work.

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MARIAN BANTJES


Marian Bantjes was born in 1963 and is a Canadian designer, artist, illustrator, typographer and writer. Bantjes started working in the field of visual communication in 1983. She become internationally known for. Describing herself as a Graphic Artist, working primarily with custom type and ornament.

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Grafisk design: Eli Renate Bye Johansen Foto: Eli Renate Bye Johansen Kilder: Sagmeister: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/483752-itis-very-important-to-embrace-failure-and-to-do Karel Martens: http://www.hyphenpress.co.uk/authors/karel_martens Claude Garamond: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_Garamond Marian Bantjes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marian_Bantjes

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Eli Renate Bye Johansen, Grafisk Design 2.1 A, Høst 2012


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