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Rough cut screened at TypeCon

Briar Levit

Hi everyone!

I'm just back from TypeCon in Seattle, where I screened a rough cut of Graphic Means, and gave a brief talk on the democratization of typesetting in the 60s and 70s. I also got the chance to meet with a number of people I've admired online for some time. What a great conference!

I'm now armed with some fantastic feedback and will return to editing and working on the motion design bits for the film. Then, in just a few weeks, I'm headed to Warsaw, Poland for AtypI, where I will do one more work-in-progress screening. If you are going as well, please say "hi"!

For those wondering about a release date—stay tuned. It will be this Winter, but no exact date yet.

I'm also working with type designer, Riley Cran, on some fun merchandise, which I hope to announce in my next update.

In the meantime, follow along online for regular graphic tidbits
Twitter: @graphic_means
Instagram: @graphicmeans
Facebook: @graphicmeans

Here I am starting my talk with a little background on why I have a particular interest in the democratization of typesetting. I'm an independent press designer myself—first my own zine, Rabble Rouser, and later, I became the art director for Bitch magazine.

Here I am starting my talk with a little background on why I have a particular interest in the democratization of typesetting. I'm an independent press designer myself—first my own zine, Rabble Rouser, and later, I became the art director for Bitch magazine.

Industrious button makers!

Industrious button makers!

Some great buttons made with dry transfer lettering that was originally intended for use on transparencies for an overhead projector!

Some great buttons made with dry transfer lettering that was originally intended for use on transparencies for an overhead projector!