Hrant Papazian

Hrant Papazian

Nina Stössinger

Nina Stössinger

Nina Stössinger was born near Basel, Switzerland, in 1978. After some initial experience with web design, Nina soon quit her studies of English and Scandinavian languages, film theory and history to study Multimedia Design at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle, Germany, where she also found her love of type. She followed up her diploma with the CAS Type Design postgraduate program at Zurich University of the Arts. Running her own studio in Basel since 2008, Nina spends her days designing for print and screen and some of her nights designing type. FF Ernestine is her...
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Hrant Papazian is an Armenian native of Lebanon; his perspective on written communication was formed at the crossroads of three competing visual cultures. He now lives in Los Angeles, relishing the unique ethnic salad. A multimedia designer by trade, Hrant's true love remains the black-and-white, but colorful world of non-Latin typeface design.
A recipient of type design awards from Critique Magazine, Granshan and Creative Review, Hrant has delivered numerous presentations at international typographic conferences from San Francisco to Thessaloniki. He has received commissions from Agfa, Unitype, IKEA, the Narod Cultural Institute, Disney, UCLA, the Israel Postal Authority, Microsoft, TeX Users Group and Liverpool University.