Sandrine Nugue: Story of Infini

Petak, 3.7. u 19:00
Dizajn metodologije

Sandrine Nugue was born in 1985. After she earned a BTS (two-year technical degree) from the École Estienne (Graduate School of Arts and Printing Industry, Paris), she continued her education at the École supérieure des arts décoratifs, Strasbourg, where she developed a deep interest for reading mechanisms, and designed a new typeface intended to allow a fast and intuitive reading of movie subtitles.

She then decided to specialize in typedesign, and she got into a post-graduate program named « Typographie & Langage » at the École supérieure d’art et de design, Amiens, where she designed the Ganeau typeface (A latine in various optical sizes). She graduated in February 2013. Since then, she has been working both with typedesigners, and as an independent graphic designer. Recently she designed Infini, a font family for a public commission initiated by the Centre national des arts plastiques.

Within the framework of “Graphisme en France 2014” the Centre national des arts plastiques established a public commission for a typeface that would be available to everyone via free downloading. In this context, Sandrine Nugue designed a font family named Infini. she will explain its story and the whole process.

The lecture is Organized in within Rendez-vous, French festival in Croatia —