dance


Dance is an art form that generally refers to expressive movement of the body, usually rhythmic and to music.

Articles 1

Peter Biľak speaks with Mark Thomson about his beginnings, running a type foundry, magazines, print media in general, modern dance and typography. This interview appeared in Eye magazine No.75, Spring 2010 in the Reputations series.
Interviews · 27 September 2010 · English · 3447 words

Blogs 7

Typotheque is pleased to announce the release of Dance Writer as an iPhone/iPad app. Dance Writer converts text into a choreographed sequence of poses based on the shapes of the letters
26 April 2011
Body Type turns human bodies into a functional type system. It is available as a set of 26 hi-res photos or as a Photofont file (usable in Adobe applications), and includes two styles, Regular and Bold, for a greater range of expression.
26 April 2011
Choreographer Lukáš Timulak and designer Peter Biľak explore Beethoven’s landmark Symphony No. 3 'Eroica'. Inspired by the composer’s personal life, especially his Heiligenstadt period, the authors explore the notion of non-linear dance.
22 December 2010
For the Göteborg Opera’s upcoming dance production Eroica, we created a structure of metal pipes illuminated by individually controlled LED strips. The construction, which is an integral part of the performance, is eight meters wide, four meters high and four meters deep.
6 December 2010
We are pleased to present Dance Writer 2.0 as an online tool — play with it on the screen, or send emails to your friends — your message will be danced to them!
1 November 2010

Authors 1

Peter Biľak works in the field of editorial, graphic, and type design. In 1999 he started Typotheque type foundry, in 2000, together with Stuart Bail...