Get ready to Tweet/Instagram your photos of the typefaces you would date (or ditch) from 12 noon on Sunday 14th February to @Design Museum with #Font Sunday.Type Dating Game live Hosted by Sarah Hyndman Apologies, the Valentine’s event has been postponed, a new date will be announced soon.Full report on the course coming soon, to be written by the students. Students will learn lot from your way of expressing types” Sarang Kulkarni, co-founder of Ek Type type foundry.“A brilliant, and absolutely crazy journey, while learning so much more about type” Zahra Dhuliawala, student. in the US today: Liz Stinson from Wired played the Type Dating Game via Skype.
The font is undeniably masculine—sans-serif, solid, reliable.And, of course, please email us your feedback anytime.Her dancing career in ruins after a hit-and-run accident, Fenella Grant starts a new chapter of her life by opening her own matchmaking agency.“History of type was made, for the first time ever, interesting, to a class of teenagers” Shruti Vidyanand, student. “20 percent of women said they’d pick Franklin Gothic as their typographic beau, the winner by a landslide.I know it sounds weird.” Wired If You Love That Font So Much, Why Don’t You Date It?