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Secrets of Dalston revealed on a Type Safari

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Secrets of Dalston revealed on a Type Safari
The next Dalston Type Safari is on Thursday June 25th. We found some hidden secrets on the last walking tour, what signage discoveries will we make on the next one?

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Update. There are no Type Safaris departing this year as Sarah focuses on new and exciting projects. If you would like to arrange a private tour for your company please get in touch with sarah(a)typetasting.com.

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Gift Vouchers & new Dalston Type Safari Dates

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Gift Vouchers & new Dalston Type Safari Dates

Sunday 19th January, 6.30-8.30pm
Sunday 2nd February, 6.30-8.30pm
(book early as spaces are limited)

Safari ticket 1 person £20, includes souvenir map on the day
Safari ticket + gift voucher in a presentation card for 1 person £25, for 2 people £45 (UK). Please order by December 10th to receive the gift voucher before Christmas.

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London = ‘25 Hr City’ built by Edward Hill

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London = ‘25 Hr City’ built by Edward Hill

Process: Brainstorming / Exploration / Destruction / Preparation / Outlining / Heart / Crane / Building / Expanding / Pausing / River & Trees / Lettuce and Watercress / Conclusion

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‘Bitesize’ and ‘Edible’

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‘Bitesize’ by Rachael Tremlett

“Just for fun! Inspired by our breakfast at a greasy cafe this morning we made this.”

‘Edible’ by Sarah Hyndman

Inspired by growing seeds in egg shells with her nieces Elle and Dexy.

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‘Bitesize’ by Rachael Tremlett and ‘Edible’ by Sarah Hyndman will be displayed at Type Tasting with the London Design Festival 2013 at the V&A.

Display: 14 – 19 September 2013
Drop in workshops: 10am – 5pm, 14 & 15 September 2013

London Design Festival Hub
Design Studio, Sackler Centre
V&A
Cromwell Road
London SW7 2RL

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Type Tasting workshops and type safaris. Typography training with a creative twist.

‘Vernacular’ by Anoopa John

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‘Vernacular’ by Anoopa John

“I chose the word ‘Vernacular’ to describe London as I felt that this city has many nuances that are its own. Although it is a city inhabited by people from different countries from around the world, you will always encounter something that is peculiarly London. It could be the architecture, the food, the Cockney slang or the alternative-culture of Camden.”

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