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Local Address:  Netherlands
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Codex Editorial Board | ILT, 7 Mar 2014 [cached]
Peter Bilak was born in Czechoslovakia and lives in the Netherlands. He works in the fields of editorial, graphic, and type design; and teaches in the Type & Media postgraduate course at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. He started Typotheque in 1999, Dot Dot Dot magazine in 2000, Indian Type Foundry in 2009, and Works That Work magazine in 2012. His typefaces include Fedra and Greta. He is a member of AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale).
Typotheque's Peter ..., 3 Nov 2015 [cached]
Typotheque's Peter Bilak has announced the launch of TPTQ Arabic, a new type foundry dedicated to developing original high-quality Arabic typefaces and systems for bi-lingual typography.
The new company is a partnership between Lebanese designer Kristyan Sarkis and Bilak (see Reputations in Eye 75).
Typotheque: News [cached]
This was simply new territory for the actors and type designers alike," commented Typotheque CEO Peter Bilak. "Bold versions are easy to communicate, but italics are very subtle, not noticeable at first unless you are listening closely. Bilak also described the difficulties representing Small Capitals: "While All Caps text is authoritative, almost like yelling, Small Caps is a different method of emphasis which needs to be audibly distinguished."
Two years after releasing History, Peter Bilak reflects on the process of creating this skeletal system where different styles are imposed on a Roman capitals base. Previous experiments are mentioned as well as inspiration sources for the typeface presented.
Peter Bilak wrote a text for this year's edition of Graphisme en France.
Peter Bilak: On typography & unrelated matter Vienna Design Week
Peter Bilak, Work presentation
Dance: Valentina Scaglia, Video: Taco Zwaanswijk, Programming: Bart van der Ploeg & Edwin de Koning (Resolume), Choreography Lukas Timulak, Concept & Photography: Peter Bilak
ITF was initiated by Peter Bilak of Typotheque in partnership with SN Rajpurohit and Rajesh Kejriwal (Kyoorius Exchange).
He has created the first Indian design magazine and first Indian design conference, and been a catalyst behind many collaborative projects in India", says Peter Bilak.
Designed by Peter Bilak and distributed exclusively by Typotheque.
Designed by Peter Bilak and distributed exclusively by Typotheque.
Andrej Krátky worked with Typotheque's Peter Bilak and Nikola Djurek to complete the project.
Designed by Peter Bilak and SN Rajpurohit.
She explained her choice: "[Bilak ]has done it in an astonishingly sophisticated way. By breaking down the typeface into components that can be recombined in endless combinations, he has designed an open situation rather than a fixed product."
Typotheque CEO Peter Bilak officially announced this revolutionary development today: "Having extended language support to Greek, Cyrillic, Devanagari and Armenian, tlhIngan pIqaD (the Klingon alphabet) is just another logical step towards market domination in the field of multilingual fonts."
Stamps are engraved by various artists, and layout is implemented by Peter Augustovic following the basic template designed by Peter Bilak.
Magdalena home page, 28 Sept 2014 [cached]
We hosted many special people from all over the globe; among them Anne Telford from Communication Arts (USA), Trevor Beatie, creative director in TBWA London, Frederic Beigbeder, the author of bestseller "99 Francs", Paolo Pininfarina, Ian Anderson of The Designers Republic, media activist Tom Liacas of Adbusters Media Fundation, Sandy Kaltenborn, founder of Bildwechsel studio, Peter Bilak, founder of Typotheque and DOT DOT DOT magazine, and many many more.
Magdalena Festival, 23 Dec 2007 [cached]
Peter Bilakpresident of the jury Graphic designer, founder of Typotheque, a digital type foundry, co-founder and editor of DOT DOT DOT magazine and lecturer (Slovakia)
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