Meet the works of PJATK students at the Motyf Festival of Interactive & Motion Typography!
This year the 4th Motyf will take place in Dublin, Ireland from 31st October to 4th November. The topic of the current festival is Virtual Types: future forms of typography.
During the event you can enjoy the lectures by David Small, Jan Kubasiewicz, Hartmut Bohnacker and other experienced designers, typographers and art directors; participate in challenging typo-workshops and enjoy the typography in its wide diversity of shapes and forms.
Motyf is an International Symposium and Media Art Exhibition about the current and future forms of interactive and motion typography expressed through art, design, space and technology - http://2018.motyf-festival.com.
It was founded and curated by Professor Anja Stoffler (University of Applied Sciences, Mainz), Professor Ewa Satalecka (Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology, Warsaw), Professor Ralf Dringenberg (HfG Schwaebisch Gmuend University of Design, Schwäbisch Gmünd). This year Motyf is developed and curated in partnership with Dr Hilary Kenna, IADT (Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology).
A short movie at PJATK Youtube channel.
Photo gallery from the Festival available below.
Participants from PJATK:
AR posters by Victor Bravo, Nikita Mazurkevych, Karolina Szymańczak, Stanislav Sergeichuk, Nastassia Tolstsik, Anastasiia Pozhydaieva, Nadiia Romanenko, Yustsina Sakalenka, Minh Trang Le, Zuzanna Mikołajczak, Paulina Kowalska, Joanna Świderska, Daryna Perederko, Darya Vasilyeva, Aleksandra Przebirowska, Agnieszka Toczyska under the supervision of Jan Bajtlik, Karolina Chmiel, and Marcin Wichrowski.
AR book Gyubal Wahazar by Martyna Kostrzewa, Magda Kłos, Kyrylo Lohvyn, Weronika Ławska, Julia Michalczyk, Emilia Miękisz, Hai Duong Minh, Kieu Trang Ninh, Kinga Ostapkowicz, Patrycja Ostrowska, Aleksandra Przebiorowska, Zuzanna Ryncarz, Yustina Sakalenka, Joanna Świderska, Anna Wawer, Zofia Włoczewska, Filip Wyrzykowski, Katsiaryna Harelik, Jan Duda, Marta Kamieńska.
BA diploma projects by Wojciech Płudowski, Zuzanna Rawa, Weronika Racz, Igor Rams, Olga Kulish.
Variable type by NEMA students under the supervision of Verena Gerlach and Maciej Połczyński.