Posts tagged “meltem akturk

Discover Typography

Post by Meltem Akturk

Type:Rider is a videogame for smartphones, tablets and desktop-computers that makes you discover the unexcepted world of typography.

It’s really interesting and great game. You would learn more about the visual design of type and what those choices mean to the books and texts we read.


Wrapping of landscape or buildings

Post by Meltem

Christo (Javacheff) and Jeanne-Claude (de Guillebon) are husband and wife and were born on the same day in 1935, he in Bulgaria and she in Morocco. Christo studied art in Sofia and in Prague. Jeanne-Claude studied Latin and philosophy in Tunis. They met in Paris in 1958. Since that time they have collaborated on an impressive oeuvre of artistic work. The wrapping of the Reichstag in the summer of 1995 once again placed the Christos in the spotlight of the international art world, a center stage position they have held several times before: in 1991 during the installation of The Umbrellas, Japan-U.S.A., 1984-91; in 1985, with The Pont Neuf Wrapped, Paris, 1975-1985; in 1976, with the installation of the Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-76; and so on back to their first collaborations in 1961 on the docks of the Cologne harbor.