Meet our Conference Partners. They help make this event possible.
Australian Type Foundry [ATF] began in 2001 as a commercial outlet for the fonts of designer Wayne Thompson.
Today, the Australian Type Foundry retails almost 100 original typefaces and they also produce custom designs and typeface modifications for a large range of advertising clients and have been kind enough to supply TYPISM with our official conference font ArumSans.
Camille Nathania is a photographer, videographer and graphic designer. As a passionate member of the design community, her photography extends to capturing creative conferences such as Analogue Digital and Typism.
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Award Bundall Printing is a family owned and operated printing company situated in Arundel on the beautiful Gold Coast.
Brandless is a new creative consultancy established by Thiago Nogueira, who has been working and collaborating in creative projects in Australia for the last 3 years and also has 10 years of experience working in advertising and marketing.
Leaders of the pack. Doggetts are a passionate, independent paper company that prides itself on providing innovative and sustainable products to the print communications industry.
Design College of Australia offers letterpress workshops @ The Bacon Factory. Students and industry can learn how to typeset metal and wood type on fully-functioning antique letterpress machines.
Typism is proudly supported by the Bachelor of Digital Media degree, offered on the Gold Coast at the Queensland College of Art.
Everyday Creative is a blog dedicated to empowering everyday people to be creative every day. Founder Dominique Falla posts daily on the topics of creativity, lifestyle and social enterprise.
Mia Parcell’s lumedécor lights demonstrate a mix of modern materials with traditional paper folding techniques, very effectively embracing shape with natural light, creating a functional yet delightfully good looking product. You will see them on stage at Typism 2015.
Mi Goals simplifies the goal-setting process with a range of stylish products and practical programs. They’re all carefully structured to help you set goals, then motivate you to make them a reality.
The Typograph.Journal is written by designers for designers. The text is conversational, experimental, self-generated, personal expressions about design theory, practice and process.
The Griffith University Student Guild supply essential services to all Griffith University students. They very kindly sponsored 22 students to attend Dave Foster’s Typism 2015 master class.
Eckersley’s Arts & Crafts supply professional materials to artists and designers. They are the Typism 2015 masterclass materials sponsor.