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Rob

 

Keller

 
Rob Keller graduated from the University of Illinois, receiving bachelor degrees in graphic design and sculpture. His strong interest in type led him to the University of Reading, where he earned a master’s degree in typeface design and developed a new passion for non-Latin typography. He then moved to Germany and spent a year at Linotype where he met his future wife, Sonja. They moved to Berlin and created the type foundry Mota Italic in 2009. Here they are currently developing extensive new type families – especially fonts with wide language support and multiple scripts.
 
 
Rob Keller
 
 
 
 

I ♥ India (& Why You Should Too)

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India has a rich and diverse typographic history that is rapidly evolving. Rob Keller will have a look at where it is now, where it’s going, and why you will want to take notice.

Announcement:
The 16th International
Designkonference
TYPO Berlin 2011
»SHIFT«

will take place
from
May 19th to May 21st.