Exhibitions / Humanitarian Support

We present a parallel program with two exhibitions: the first is an international exhibition, which not only relates to the theme of the 8ET, but also possesses an humanitarian purpose; the second offers a selection of works made by students of the first year of the Typography course in BA Communication Design at the University of Algarve.

 

 

"Across Borders: Design without borders"

Studio Mayúscula (ES) Project

Poster Exhibition - 2nd edition / PT edition

 

The 8ET contributes to the humanitarian aid to displaced refugee children, through the international project "Across Borders: Design without borders" of Studio Mayúscula (ES), by inviting them to create a 2nd Edition of the "Across Borders" Exhibition at 8ET, the Portuguese edition and promote the project. This edition was possible thanks to the exclusive funding by Glyphs.

The exhibition presents a set of Posters by international design studios and graphic artists. The sales revenue of the Posters reverts to the "Save the Children" fund, a humanitarian project whose origin dates back to 1919.

Venue: Teatro Lethes space, 3 and 4 November, 9:00-18:00

 

Posters by

Hey Studio (Spain)

Edenspiekermann (Singapore)

Tarek Atrissi (Lebanon)

Wissam Shawkat (Iraq)

Foreign Policy (Singapore)

Anna Kulachek (Ukraine)

Wael Morcos (Lebanon)

Andreu Balius (Barcelona)

Bahia Shehab (Lebanon)

Mayúscula (Spain)

Tseng Green (Taiwan)

Fontsmith (UK)

Kristyan Sarkis (Lebanon)

Yaewan Yu (Corea)

Khajag Apelian (Lebanon)

Eyeson Type (Taiwan)

 

Links

Projecto Across Borders

Save the Children

"Gliphs" – Patrocinador da Exposição

 

 

"Letters are things, not Pictures of things"

Exhibition of students work

class of Typography

1st grade, BA Communication Design, UAlg

 

We present a selection of students’ work of the first year BA class of Typography, which result of an initial exercise that provides a first contact with the design of letters through an experimental, hands-on approach.

The written content that is repeated is chosen by the student and serves as a mere pretext. The real purpose is to build letterings exploring conceptual and formal dimensions, from the expressive potential of the materials also chosen by the students. They were given a list of words as a starting point (students would add others), to be communicated in the design / construction of the letterings.