Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch features history and fashion in type with Sarah Hyndman
Sarah Hyndman interviewed on Sunday Brunch on April 9th 2017, this is available here on catchup TV in the UK (the interview starts at around 01:10). This is an overview of the conversation that covered 550 years of type in eight and a half minutes, with a few supporting facts added in.
In celebration of the official launch of Why Fonts Matter in the US today: Being interviewed by Extensis gave me the opportunity to explain why I set up Type Tasting back in 2013. “We spoke with Sarah about her work as a researcher and graphic designer, how she’s able to predict how you take your coffee, and more.”
I was invited over to the London Live TV studios yesterday for a live interview with Claudia-Liza Armah about fonts, type consumers and what the signage reveals about Dalston on a Type Safari. The TV channel is based in Northcliffe House, a building in West London with a huge, bright atrium and a glass elevator vanishing up towards the glass ceiling.
“There is going to be a celebration at the London Design Festival this year to honour typefaces. Sarah Hyndman, a graphic designer who is involved in the festival, evaluates the promotion of London as the design capital of the world.” Listen to the interview…