Join me in the Type Tasting studio for Open Studios this weekend
The Type Tasting studio is nestled on the edge of Dalston, East London, in an old Chocolate Factory with a pretty courtyard that feels like you’re no longer in London. You can find out more about Type Tasting, and get the inside scoop on the exciting events being planned with the London Design Festival later in the year (click here to see what we did last year). Take part in experiments and demonstrations in the studio, or talk about an idea you might have for an experiment. There is a sale on screen printed posters or you can book a place on the next Dalston Type Safari.
“Walking into the Type Tasting studio was like walking into a mad scientist’s lab.” Robert Boick.
Open Studios Weekend
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th June
From 11am–6pm, free, no booking needed.
Chocolate Factory N16
Farleigh Place (off Farleigh Road)
London N16 7SX
“Brilliantly bizarre, seems like it could be plucked straight from Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.” Rockett St George.
‘Thirteen Minutes with…’
Throughout the weekend the artists will be giving short talks and demonstrations.
Saturday 18th at 4pm: Thirteen Minutes with… Sarah Hyndman of Type Tasting in studio F7. Graphic Designer and Author. Sarah invites you to discover that there is More to Words than Meets the Eye with fun demonstrations and experiments. These give insights into the ‘secret’ messages hidden in words that affect your thoughts, feelings and even your experiences.
Event photos by David Owens from the Pop-up Type Tasting at the V&A for the London Design Festival 2015.
Participants playing the Type Dating Game, Why Fonts Matter published earlier this year, and there will be a sale on screen printed posters.
There is a pop-up cafe throughout the weekend, and a bar in the courtyard for opening drinks on Friday evening from 6.30 to 9pm (please rsvp sarah(a)typetasting.com if you would like to join us).
Not in London? You can take part virtually, this is a selection of games/experiments chosen to complement the event. Click on an image to take part, and you will need a pair of matching jelly beans at the ready for the Global Jelly Bean Experiment.