Teal Triggs asks Sibylle Hagmann in “Great Women Typographers: Where are They?” The interview published in the book titled Font. The Sourcebook is based on revisiting some of the issues which emerged from Linda Nochlin’s original feminist essay which asked “where are all the women artists?”.
Posted In: Reviews
This EYE magazine issue is devoted to type and includes a multi-author type critique titled “Lust and Likeability”. Voices from opinionated and type informed writers were requested. The type family Odile was on the list of fonts to be scrutinized by Mark Thomson, Petra Cerne Oven, Deborah Littlejohn and Jan Middendorp. The font family was received positively, quoting Jan Middendorp: “Odile is a breath of fresh air.”
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“Share Your Local Flavor!” Metropolis magazine, March issue, focuses on local flavor-design work and initiatives inspired by specific urban surroundings. Sibylle Hagmann was invited to typographically interpret her current city of residence in a way that expresses its local flavor. Few conditions were attached to this project, except the use of typefaces that were personally created.
Posted In: Writings
The March issue of IDEA magazine includes a reprint of the article “Dwiggins Revisited Revisité” by Sibylle Hagmann. This essay was originally published in Typographische Monatsblätter—Revue Suisse de l’Imprimerie—Swiss Typographic Magazine. The Japanese IDEAmagazine republished the essay in a series of articles that focus on typeface and type design from past to present.