The Story of Noam Text

October 2019

Adi Stern and Veronika Burian will deliver a talk at the TDC New York (November 14, 2019) to introduce Adi’s typeface Noam Text and to launch the exhibition “Dichotomies: A pop-up poster exhibition”.


We are delighted to introduce Noam Text at TDC New York on 14 November. The event will include the talk “Harmony and Converse: The Story of Noam Text”, delivered by Adi Stern and Veronika Burian, and the launch of the exhibition “Dichotomies: A pop-up poster exhibition” that features the work of 15 talented designers and illustrators.

Adi Stern will introduce the Hebrew script and share his personal and bumpy path of developing his dual-script (Latin–Hebrew) type family Noam Text. Adi decided fifteen years ago to design a font family intended for continuous reading. His goal was to create a typeface able to set newspapers, magazines, and books in the digital and print world. He also recognised a need for a modern dual-script typeface, holding both Latin and Hebrew versions.

Veronika Burian will provide insights on TypeTogether’s dedication to global typography and the particular challenges of developing Noam Text.

The “Dichotomies” exhibition was first launched in Tel Aviv and now travels from Israel to the well known TDC offices in New York. Fourteen designers and illustrators were invited to create a poster using Noam Text, with the task of balancing past with future and heritage with progress in a similar way to Noam Text’s tone, as well as its aesthetic and functional value.

Come and celebrate Noam Text’s long journey with us!

Thursday, 14 November 2019  18:30
Type Directors Club
347 W 36th St Suite 603
New York, NY 10018 United States

You can register here on the TDC website.


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