Postcards

Postcard-Animation Postcards
Series of fourteen motifs.
Material: 265gr cardboard
Printed in Germany
Printing: offset with glossy UV sealing
You will receive fourteen postcards in an envelop

Postkarten
Serie von vierzehn Postkarten.
Material: 265gr Karton
Gedruckt in Deutschland.
Druck: Offset mit UV Glanzlackierung.
Sie erhalten 14 Postkarten in einem Briefumschlag.

Complete Set of 14 Postcards
incl. Shipping
Komplettes Set mit 14 Postkarten
inkl. Versand

Complete Set of Postcards.

€14,00 — (€16,66 incl. EU VAT. )

Thank-you-Postcard---front Introduction — The first THANK YOU Card I printed in 2012. I wanted a simple card to give to friends.


The design is inspired by the Typographic Wall Calendar which I produce since 2009. The card was received well so I designed a HAPPY NEW YEAR‘s card. As a friend of mine went to hospital I felt the need for an original GET WELL card. With the next birthday coming up, I thought how great it would be to have a typographic birthday card, which eventually became this simple CAKE on pink background card:

cake-front

In 2014 I published the fifth Edition of the Typographic Wall Calendar and since the cards were inspired by the calendar I decided to print the designs I had prepared and a total of 14 motifs as a Reward for Backers on Kickstarter.

To me, a postcard is an everyday object, that I relate to writing and holidays. Even though I find myself receiving less and less handwritten letters, on every vacation spot, every Museum store and every train station one will find postcards. I imagined how my own postcard would look like and played with the thought of receiving a card which simply features the words “New York”, “Rome”, or “Mountain view”. These thoughts eventually led to the…

BEACH-front





Postcards and Keyboards
Honestly, I was never a big fan of postcards. To me they seemed like the little brother of the letter. I thought if you want to write, then write a letter. Sometimes I think that the contemporary form of a postcard is posting a holiday picture on Facebook. With the possibility to send SMS, email and post to social networks from everywhere, the usability of a postcard seems questionable. But maybe its charm and value is in the postcard’s casualty and non-urgent character.

WRITING-front As a typographer I am interested in the disappearing of handwriting or its suppression by the typewriter. The forward march of the typewriter has been going on for quite a while. Measured by it’s invention (around 1714) it took over the quarter of a millennium. The end of handwriting looms, but the threat is out of sight. Working with used keyboard keys as a motif on postcards seems to tie the two opposites of digital communication and handwriting. A closer look turns the situation on it’s head. The postcard is an invention made in the late 19th century, therefor was introduced about 150 years after the typewriter.

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Photography
The image on this postcard renders the object at its actual size. The background of the first THANK YOU card is a cutting mate with a 5mm grid to revise the scale of the depicted. A photo can be enlarged or shrunk to any size. Rendering the depicted in actual size makes it easier for the viewer to relate to its original size.

The pictures are taken from above with a special reproduction lens to reduce distortion. Shadow and Perspective are two compositional tools for the photographer. I try to hide the fact that the picture is taken with a camera. First I try to take as much distance from the object as possible, this way all sides of each key are visible. The outcome is a picture with little to no visible perspective. With evenly lighting I remove shadows. By making the picture as neutral as possible, I hope that the viewer rather refers to the work as a picture than a photograph. This picture without photographic effects allows to look at the writing tool rather than a photo of a keyboard. The keys appear as neatly and orderly on display like butterflies in a natural museum.

When is the last time you looked at you keyboard? The keyboard itself is about to disappear, less and less phones are produced with real keypads. The touch screen succeeds the keyboard. On a touch screen, the only thing that reminds the user of an original keyboard is its image. I assume that this likeness will be replaced by speech recognition software. One could say: the future is not written but dictated.

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Memory
Do you remember the first time you read the sentence “Sent from my iPhone”?




The Card SENT FROM MY PHONE plays with the poetic sentence every iPhone politely and out of the box attaches to every email. After a short research in my mail archive I found out that I received the first mail from a phone on December 11 in 2008. I really do find something poetic in that sentence. At the time it sounded promising like a trailer of a long expected film. The idea of sending a mail from a phone would have been laughable before the introduction of the Apple product in 2007. On one hand the sentence hints that the receiver owns an expensive phone, on the other hand it points to the situation that the mail was written on the go. Writer Harris Wittels introduced with “Humblebrag” a matching term to describe the conflict between a frank statement and a show-off. In the Huffington Post Bianca Poster explains why she includes the “Sent from my iPhone” even when it is not “…purely to get out of writing a lengthy, detailed response”. SENT FROM MY PHONE shows a change that we witness but that we haven’t found the right words for.

Typographic Detail : The card is set in original Apple keys from keyboards made from 1989 to 1992 in Ireland. It is easy to spot Apple keys from their typography. The letters are positioned in the lower left and not on the upper left like most PC keyboards. Instead of an extended upright type with a rather static appeal, the typeface used here is condensed and cursive which gives the keys a fast look.

YES-NO-MAYBE FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET is inspired by the famous country song “I forgot to remember to forget” by Elvis Presley performed in 1955.

















YES NO MAYBE reminds me of the little notes I used to write in high school. A slip of paper was folded and then under extreme caution given from hand to hand and table to table. The content of the note always stayed secret, but everybody knew who was communicating how much and with whom. Only now it seems much easier to pass the writing in the break, but I guess it was more about the jeopardy to get caught and the urge to tell everybody that one has a secret.

A strange time and when I think of it a feeling of nostalgia hits me. Long ago the handwritten folded note was replaced by the SMS and online chats. I asked students and teachers and they told me that until a certain age the notes are still exchanged in that way. But I would never like to sit in a room in which another persons forbids to write notes on paper. On the other Hand I do not want to be in a room in which others write notes and covertly share them.

The SATOR Square is a latin Palindrome. The keys read the same forwards and backwards, from bottom to top and in reverse. As a result the SATOR Square evokes a calming sense of order and complete symmetry. The earliest datable square was found in the ruins of Pompeii that was buried in the ash of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 almost 2000 years ago.

Conclusion
As symbols for handwritten and digital writing, both postcard and keyboard are about to disappear. Tactile keyboards are about to be replaced by touch screens and voice recognition just like the typewriter was meant to replace handwriting. There is no clear winner, maybe technology is not about winning. The charm of this unequal couple is in its opposition. I imagine them as two intertwined actors who are about to leave the stage, playfully teasing each other while heading for the exit.


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Size: 12cm x 17.5cm
Material: 265gr cardboard
Printed in Germany
Printing: offset with UV sealing
Item ships from Frankfurt am Main, Germany to any location in the world, worldwide shipping is included.

The backside of the cards are easy to write on with pen, biro, pencil or marker.

The complete set contains 14 Cards in total.
Signed Edition: 20 cards signed and numbered on the front.
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Postkarten-2013-XL-12x17-5-Happy-New-Year-front Einleitung — Die erste THANK YOU Postkarte habe ich 2012 gedruckt. Ich wollte eine einfache Dankeschönkarte haben die ich an Freunde geben kann. Die Karte war inspiriert von dem Typographic Wall Calendar den ich seit 2009 herstelle. Die Karte kam gut an und als nächstes entwarf ich eine Neujahrskarte (Bild links). Als ein Freund im Krankenhaus lag, dachte ich mir das ich jetzt eine gute Gute-Besserungs-Karte (GET WELL) gebrauchen könnte. Beim nächsten Geburtstag eines Freundes fehlte mir eine passende Karte (CAKE – engl. Kuchen). Für 2014 entschloss ich mich insgesamt 14 Motive für die Unterstützer des TWC auf Kickstarter zu drucken.

Die Postkarte ist für mich ein alltäglicher Gegenstand, den ich mit Schreiben und Urlaub verbinde. Auch wenn die Zahl der handgeschriebenen Briefe zurückgeht, an jedem Urlaubsort, in jedem Museumsshop und an jedem Bahnhof findet man Postkarten. Ich stellte mir die Frage, wie meine Urlaubspostkarte aussehen würde und spielte mit dem Gedanken Karten zugesandt zu bekommen auf denen New York, Rome, Berglandschaft oder Sandstrand steht. Das Ergebnis dieser Überlegung ist die BEACH Karte.

READING-front





Postkarten und Tastaturen
Ehrlich gesagt war ich nie ein großer Freund von Postkarten. Die Postkarte erschien mir als der kleine Bruder des Briefes. Ich dachte mir wenn man es ernst meint schreibt man einen Brief. Manchmal glaube ich das die zeitgenössische Ansichtskarte eine Photo auf Facebook ist. Die ständige Sendebereitschaft durch Kurznachrichten, email und sozialen Netzwerken scheint die Nützlichkeit einer Postkarte in Frage zu stellen. Aber vielleicht liegt gerade in ihrer Beiläufigkeit und Undringlichkeit der Scharm und Wert der Postkarte?

Als Typograph interessiert mich das Verschwinden der Handschrift oder deren Verdrängung durch die Schreibmaschine. Der Vormarsch der Schreibmaschine streckt sich, gemessen an der Erfindung der Schreibmaschine (etwa 1714) nun über mehr als ein viertel Jahrtausend. Ein Ende der Handschrift droht, ist aber nicht in Sicht. Das verwenden von gebrauchten Computertasten als Motiv auf Postkarten verbindet die beiden Gegensätze von handschriftlicher und digitaler Kommunikation. Beim näheren Betrachten dreht sich jedoch das Verhältnis, so ist die Postkarte eine Erfindung des späten 19 Jhd. kam also gut ein einhalb Jahrhunderte nach der Schreibmaschine auf die Welt.

Thank-you-Postcard---front Fotografie
Die Tasten werden auf jeder Karte in Originalgröße abgebildet. Der Hintergrund der ersten THANK YOU Karte ist eine Schneidematte mit 5mm Einteilungen um den Maßtab der Abbildung überprüfbar zu machen.

Ein Photo kann beliebig vergrößert und verkleinert werden. Die Abbildung in Originalgröße bringt das Bild etwas näher an den abgebildeten Gegenstand, da ich als Betrachter einen Bezug zu der tatsächlichen Größe haben kann.

Die Bilder sind stets von oben aufgenommen mit einem speziellen Objektiv um Verzerrungen zu vermeiden. Perspektive und Schatten sind Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten des Fotografen. Ich versuche diese Gestaltungsmittel so weit es geht in den Hintergrund zu stellen, um ein neutrales Bild zu schaffen. Als erstes nehme ich so viel Abstand zum Objekt wie möglich, um auf diese Weise alle Seiten der Tasten gleichmäßig sichtbar zu machen. Dadurch entsteht ein Bild mit wenig erkennbarer Perspektive. Mit gleichmäßiger Ausleuchtung entferne ich die Schatten. Das Ergebnis ist ein sehr neutrales Bild mit der Absicht, dass der Betrachter in der Arbeit mehr ein Bild, als eine Photographie sieht. Es ermöglicht für mich den Blick auf das Instrument des Schreibens und den Gebrauch der Tastatur zu lenken. Die Tasten wirken dadurch säuberlich sortiert und gleichsam aufgespießt wie Schmetterlinge im Naturkundemuseum.

Wann haben Sie zuletzt ihre Tastatur betrachtet? Die Tastatur selbst ist auf dem Rückzug, kaum ein Telefon wird heute noch mit Tasten zum Anfassen ausgestattet. Der Touchscreen löst die Tastatur ab. Im Touchscreen ist die Tastatur nur noch als Abbild vorhanden als Hinweis auf etwas, was einmal war. Ich nehme an, dass dieses Bild der Tastatur bald abgelöst wird von Spracherkennungssoftware. Man könnte sich nun hinreißen lassen und sagen: die Zukunft wird nicht geschrieben sondern diktiert.

Erinnerung
Erinnern Sie sich wann Sie das erste Mal eine Email mit dem Zusatz “Sent from my iPhone” erhalten haben?

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Die Karte SENT FROM MY PHONE spielt mit dem Satz den das iPhone eigenständig an jede versendete Email anfügt. Nach einer kurzen Recherche in meinem Mailarchiv finde ich heraus, dass ich am 11.12.2008 das erste Mal eine Mail von einem Telefon erhalten habe. Ich finde etwas Poetisches in dem Beisatz. Die Vorstellung etwas von einem Telefon zu senden wäre vor der Einführung des iPhone 2007 absurd. Zum einen weist der Beisatz darauf hin, dass der Absender der Nachricht ein teures Telefon besitzt, zum anderen wird auf die Situation des Schreibens von Unterwegs hingedeutet. Vom Autor Harris Wittels gibt es im Englischen bereits einen Vorschlag für ein Wort, dass den Zwiespalt zwischen aufrichtiger Aussage und Angeberei andeutet: “Humblebrag“. In der Huffington Post findet sich sogar der Vorschlag, jenes auch an Mails anzuhängen die vom Computer gesendet werden “…purely to get out of writing a lengthy, detailed response”. “SENT FROM MY PHONE” ist für mich der Ausdruck eines Wandels den wir erleben, aber noch nicht in klare Worte gefasst haben.

Typographisches Detail: gesetzt ist diese Karte in Apple Tasten die zwischen 1989 und 1992 hergestellt wurden. Das besondere an Apple Tasten ist, dass die Buchstaben nicht oben links, sondern unten links auf den Tasten platziert sind. Außerdem unterscheidet sich der Schriftschnitt kursiv und schmal wesentlich von denen anderer Hersteller.

FORGOT-TO-REMEMBER-TO-FORGET-front FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET ist inspiriert von dem 1955 erscheinen Country Song “I forgot to remember to forget” (Ich vergaß mich zu erinnern “sie” zu vergessen) von Elvis Presley.

YES NO MAYBE erinnert mich an die Zettel die ich während meiner Schulzeit geschrieben und unter der Hand weitergegeben habe. Im Klassenraum wurden gefaltete Zettel mit großer Vorsicht und mit dem Risiko vom Lehrer entdeckt zu werden von Hand zu Hand und Tisch zu Tisch weiter gegeben. Der Inhalt blieb zumeist geheim doch wusste jeder, wer mit wem wie oft schrieb. Im Nachhinein meine ich, es wäre einfacher das Geschriebene in der Pause zu übergeben, aber das Schöne war wahrscheinlich die Spannung, entdeckt zu werden und gleichzeitig das Bedürfnis allen mit teilen zu wollen, dass man ein Geheimnis hat.

Eine komische Zeit und wenn ich an sie denke, kribbelt die Sehnsucht ein wenig im Bauch. Diese Zeit ist unerreichbar, der Zettel ist für mich längst von SMS und Chats abgelöst worden. Außerdem würde ich mich nie wieder in einen Raum setzen mit jemanden, der mir verbietet eine Nachricht auf einen Zettel zu schreiben. Auf der anderen Seite würde ich nicht in einem Raum sein wollen, in dem sich andere Zettel schreiben und verdeckt übergeben.

SATOR-SQUARE-front Das SATOR Quadrat ist ein lateinisches Palindrom. Die Tasten lassen sich vorwärts und rückwärts sowie von oben nach unten und umgekehrt lesen. Als Resultat verbreitet das SATOR Quadrat eine beruhigende Stimmung der Ordnung und Symmetrie. Das früheste datierbare Quadrat wurde in den Ruinen von Pompeii gefunden. Die Stadt Pompeii wurde 79n.Chr also vor fast 2000 Jahren unter der Asche des Vulkans Vesuvius begraben.

Schlussbemerkung
Als Symbole für die handschriftliche und digitale Kommunikation stehen beide, Postkarte und Tastatur unter dem Vorzeichen des Verschwindens. Der Touchscreen und die Spracherkennungssoftware bedrohen die Berechtigung der Tastatur genau wie einst die Schreibmaschine die Handschrift. Es ist also nicht so, dass die eine Technik die andere Ablöst, es gibt keinen Gewinner. Der Reiz dieses ungleichen Paares liegt für mich in Ihren scheinbaren Gegensätzen. Wenn man möchte, erkennt man in der Verbindung der beiden zwei sich im Abgang befindliche Darsteller, die weniger übereinander und mehr miteinander scherzen.


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Größe: 12cm x 17.5cm
Material: 265gr Karton
Gedruckt in Deutschland
Druck: Offset mit UV Lackierung glänzend
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2014 Typographic Wall Calendar

2014 Typograhic Wall Calendar

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Sigmund Freud Typeface

With kind support from the Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna and the Freud Museum London.
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“For those who regret
what keyboards and touch screens
have done to their penmanship,
typographer Harald Geisler has an answer:
Sigmund Freud.”


The Wall Street Journal


Sigmund Freud was a neurologist who lived from 1856 to 1939. His research and studies led to the foundation of ‘Psychoanalysis’.

When I first saw Freud’s century old letters, I was fascinated by the beauty of these historic manuscripts. It made me smile to imagine a person writing his or her shrink a letter set in Freud’s handwriting. I started to plan creating a font based on his manuscripts.

I contacted the Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna and Freud Museum London. To start the creation I selected eight handwritten documents – This selection of specimen was my orientation during the design process. They were created between 1883 to 1938 and are of various character such as handwritten scientific papers, personal letters, notes and a telegram.

A successful Kickstarter Campaign with over 1400 Backers enabled me to visit the Archive and study the original Manuscripts of Sigmund Freud. Here you can see the video for the Kickstarter Campaign:

After months of development I finished four alphabets based on Freud’s handwriting. Why four and not just one? When you write a text on your computer every letter looks exactly the same. When you write with your hand, every letter looks a little different.

In order to make type look like handwriting, different variations of each letter have to be drawn and stored in the font. The font is then programmed to exchange letters while you are typing. This makes the rendered result on your screen or print look like handwriting.









The PRO Version contains all alphabets and alters the appearance of the written text while you are typing. The alternating mechanism works in certain applications i.e. Word 2010(or newer), Pages, TextEdit, InDesign, Illustrator… some applications like LibreOffice, OpenOffice do not support this feature. Maybe future versions will. Until then you can use the Sigmund Freud Font #1 , #2, #3 and #4 to access the different alphabets by hand.

The sixth file Kurrent renders German handwriting. Until the 1950′s a slightly different handwriting was taught in German speaking countries (Switzerland, Austria, Germany). This script had three significantly different letters (s,h,e,). This style of writing was called Kurrent. Most of Freud’s correspondence was written in German.

You will receive all six fonts (Sigmund Freud Typeface PRO, #1, #2, #3, #4 and Kurrent). The Fonts (OpenType PostScript) work on all Windows, Mac and Linux Computers. The Sigmund Freud Typeface is international and features a wide range of accented letters to reach everyone in Sweden, France, Hungary and almost everywhere around the globe (Find a complete list below).

Sigmund Freud Typeface

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4 – Press the install button. !! Success the fonts are now installed. !!

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“Wouldn’t you love to write a letter to your shrink using the Sigmund Freud typeface?”

Dorothy Tan,
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“JUST DON’T WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR MOTHER WITH IT. …until the reader looks a bit closer, and they see 70+ years of modern science weighing in on turn-of-the-century pop psychology.”

Mark Willson,
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“This project gives people the convenience afforded by the computer while maintaining the romantic nostalgia, beauty, and character of letter writing with real handwriting.”

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“Doctor, what does it mean if you dream of creating a font of Freud’s handwriting?”
— Ayun Halliday, Open Culture

“…geekily romantic, at once artistic and scientific”
— Edie Jarolim, Freud’s Butcher

“…sympathisch”
— Jürgen Siebert, Fontblog

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Conspired Lovers



Conspired Lovers is inspired by love-letter-writing. A font to capture the intentions of writing love letters more than any other font.

Conspired Lovers ist inspiriert vom Schreiben von Liebesbriefen. Eine Schrift die die Intentionen vom Liebesbriefeschreiben mehr verkörpert als jede andere Schrift.


How did the Project start?
 In the last five years I wrote love letters with two persons. I became used to the joy of handwriting with ink and nib on fine paper. Through practice and experimentation my hand continuously refined. As life moves on, suddenly I found myself with no one to write love letters to. It’s a luxury to have someone to write letters to. Missing this luxury and joy of writing, listening to Gregory Porter’s “Be Good”, the decision was made to take this 5 years of writing and turn this dance on paper into a font. A handwritten typeface for everyone to use.




 This font was created in July, 2012 and named Conspired Lovers. A font to capture and convey your message in a special way to the beloved ones close to your heart. With a long practice of writing crafted into the unique design I hope that you and the recipient of your writing will soon enjoy this design.

The Open-type version features 350+ glyphs including alternates and ligatures. All lowercase and most uppercase letters are connected, to create a realistic hand-writing-calligraphy on your creations.

Conspired Lovers is international and features a wide range of accented letters to reach everyone in Sweden, France, Hungary and almost everywhere around the globe. The font is delivered in OpenType format and works on PC and MAC.


Wie hat das Projekt begonnen?
  In den vergangenen fünf Jahren habe ich mir mit zwei Personen Liebesbriefe geschrieben. Ich gewöhnte mich an den Genuss handschriftlich mit Tinte auf feines Papier zu schreiben. Durch kontinuierliches Schreiben und Experimentieren habe ich meinen Stil verfeinert. Das Leben bewegt sich weiter; auf einmal finde ich mich in einer Situation ohne eine Person an die ich einen Liebesbrief schreiben kann. Es ist ein angenehmer Luxus jemanden zu haben dem man Briefe schreiben kann. Als mir dieser Genuß am meisten fehlt höre ich Gregory Porter’s “Be Good” und entschließe diese fünf Jahre Liebesbriefeschreiben, diesen Tanz auf dem Papier aufzunehmen und damit eine Schrift zu machen. Einen Font mit dem jeder schreiben kann.

Die Schrift wurde im Juli 2012 umgesetzt und heißt Conspired Lovers. Ein Font der die Absicht einer Botschaft auf eine einzigartige Weise einfängt und übermittelt, an die die einem nah am Herzen liegen.

Sie erhalten eine Schrift die für PC und Mac geeignet ist. Alle Kleinbuchstaben und die meisten Großbuchstaben sind miteinander verbunden um ein sehr realistisches handschriftliches Schriftbild in Ihren Kreationen zu erzeugen.
Mit mehr als 350 Zeichen, Alternativfiguren, Ligaturen, Sonderzeichen und Akzenten (z.B. Å, Ä, Ã, Â , Á , À oder Ñ, Ò, Ó, Ô, Õ, Ö, Ø) ist der Font auch für internationale Kommunikation vorbereitet.

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Returns

Returning tangible goods:

Returns of tangible goods (i.e. prints or plates) must be claimed within 10 days after delivery through email, phone or fax.

Tangible goods must be send back immediately after claiming the return within the original packaging.

Shipping costs will not be refunded. The buyer ships the item at own risk and cost. A refund will be made after the returned item arrives undamaged.

A restocking fee of 25% of the total purchase price applies to returns of all tangible goods.
A reduced restocking fee of 10% of the total purchase price applies to returned offset prints.

Returning intangible goods:
Intangible goods (i.e. font licenses) are not returnable or refundable, for obvious reasons. If your purchase is proven defective and you notify me within 5 days of your purchase, I will either provide a replacement/update to that item or refund your money.


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Space in Writing.













Seventeen
words
to
describe
seventeen
used
space
bars,
arranged
vertically,
left
aligned
in
a
white
wooden
frame.










Siebzehn
Wörter
um
siebzehn
gebrauchte
Leertasten
zu
beschreiben,
vertikal
arrangiert,
linksbündig
angelegt
in
einem
weißen
hölzernen
Rahmen.
Space in Writing by Harald Geisler


Measurements: 35 x 45 x 4,3 cm (width x hight x depth)
Open edition, signed by Harald Geisler, price upon request → here

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Goethe on a plate:
Life loves, loving enlivens.


Leben liebt
lieben belebt


Glück auf!
Müssen und wollen
denken und tun
streben und warten

Life loves
loving enlivens


Good luck!
Obliged and willing
thinking and performing
strive and waiting



Harald Geisler’s handwritten black ink calligraphy on white Rosenthal porcelain.
Poem by Goethe.
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Kickstarter:
2012 Typographic Wall Calendar

The Typographic Wall Calendar is a project I’ve been working on since 2009.
The calendar is made of exactly the number of used keyboard keys that represent the year.
♠ Back the Project at Kickstarter
♥ Buy a print at haraldgeisler.com/order-prints
♣ Read an Interview about the Project on the Kickstarter Blog
♦ Read the in-depth concept paper as a PDF


“…stunning reinterpretation of a calendar is a masterful example of how a designer can completely flip a genre signifier on its head. Geisler reimagines calendars in order to change the way we visualize time, and in turn, redefines what it means to save the date.”
Mike McGregor, Kickstarter, NYC



The 2012 Typographic Wall Calendar on Kickstarter: http://kck.st/2000and12




Picture shows the 2011 Typographic Wall Calendar ↓


♦ View the 2011 Typographic Wall Calendar
♦ View the 2010 Typographic Wall Calendar

Capital Love

Capital Love is a fresh, hand drawn Font. The alphabets vivid ductus reminds of the dynamic qualities that can be found in Keith Haring’s graffiti drawings. All shapes are drawn individually and do not oblige to a geometrical system. The font contains two sets of capital letters decorated with hearts. By pressing a lowercase button an alternative uppercase letter will appear.

Capital Love is a part of the Light Hearted Font Collection that is inspired by a recording of Jean Baudrillard with the title, “Die Macht der Verführung” (The Power of Seduction) from 2006. Further inspiration came from the article, “The shape of the heart: I’m all yours”. The heart represents sacred and secular love: a bloodless sacrifice. by British writer Louisa Young printed in EYE magazine (#43) London, 2002.

Support for international communication:
The font file contains 553 glyphs. Capital Love supports Cyrillic and eastern european languages. Everything a typographer needs for international communication.
Have a closer look at the characterset:



If you like to use this font on your website or blog please purchase a webfont license at MyFonts.com.

More about Capital Love:
How to use Capital Love on your blog or website (i.e. headlines)


Capital Love is availble as a Webfont through MyFonts


http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/harald-geisler/capital-love/.

How to purchase and download a font

It is very simple to purchase and download a font.

First Step.
Select a product license that fits your needs. I.e. you like to install and use the font on two computers select "two users" and press the "Add to cart." button. Check the order displayed in your shopping cart. Proceed with the process by pressing the "Proceed to Checkout" button. Follow the instructions to process the payment.

Second Step.

PayPal
After PayPal has processed your payment - which should be done within seconds - a printable receipt along with a unique download link will be presented to you. By pressing that link the font file will be downloaded immediately to your computer and is ready to use. Additionally the unique download link to the font file and a copy of the receipt will be emailed to you automatically.

Wire transfer / cheque:
After the money is transferred a unique download link to the font file along with a copy of the receipt will be emailed to you automatically.

Please make sure to keep that copy along with a copy of the file at a safe place.

If you encounter problems with processing the payment or downloading, please don't hesitate to contact me directly via telephone +49 69 13878688 or use this contact form here

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    Benefits:
  • Hand drawn letters for a unique look
  • Comes in OpenType (Postscript)
  • Works on all Mac OS Versions
  • Works on all Windows Versions
  • True Type works on iOS 4.0.2
  • Ornaments
  • Extensive language support
  • Immediate download
  • Pay online quickly and securely through PayPal
  • Solution Graphics
“Capital Love” for Mac and PC – starting form $69 (approx. 47€):

Select the number of users (CPUs or Person): 

By purchasing this font you agree to Harald Geisler's End User License Agreement (EULA), which can be viewed here.


Payments and security

It is possible to pick up and purchase the item directly at my studio in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Therefore please contact me here

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In most cases the item (physical (i.e. a print) or digital (i.e. a font file) will be purchased through PayPal. PayPal is a service provider for financial transactions. Depending on your country PayPal will offer a variety of payment options like bank transfer, credit card or EC-Card. You don't need to sign up for an account at PayPal to use the service.

Security:

PayPal processes your financal Information directly and transfers the payment to my account. PayPal does not share your financial information with me.
Solution Graphics

Please visit the PayPal.com website to find out in detail about their services.

Alternative payment options:
If you wish to wire the money from your bank account - your all set. After the payment is received you will receive a download link to your purchased font or if you ordered a print it will be send to you.

If you are having problems with the payment process please contact me here

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or call (+49 69 13878688).


Returns

Returning tangible goods:

Returns of tangible goods (i.e. prints or plates) must be claimed within 10 days after delivery through email, phone or fax.

Tangible goods must be send back immediately after claiming the return within the original packaging.

Shipping costs will not be refunded. The buyer ships the item at own risk and cost. A refund will be made after the returned item arrives undamaged.

A restocking fee of 25% of the total purchase price applies to returns of all tangible goods.
A reduced restocking fee of 10% of the total purchase price applies to returned offset prints.

Returning intangible goods:
Intangible goods (i.e. font licenses) are not returnable or refundable, for obvious reasons. If your purchase is proven defective and you notify me within 5 days of your purchase, I will either provide a replacement/update to that item or refund your money.


Sales Tax

All prices are shown without sales tax.

Sales tax is not applied to sales if you are located outside the European Union.

Items are sold from Germany.
Only to purchases made within Germany and the European Union an additional sales tax of 7% or 19% will be added to the final bill.
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