1. Better late than never, ever—more photographs of the fun we had with coffee and lettering in our last Typervention coming up soon!

    Photo by Bhushan.


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  2. Super nice of Dinudey to make a short video of us working on our latest typervention. Check it out!

  3. Thank you for the coffee!

    Last week a group of us wrote a little ode to Baba Budan, the man who got coffee to India. Written in Latin and Kannada with masking tape on a fence down at Cubbon Park. Such fun!

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  4. Lovers of coffee and lettering unite at Cubbon Park this Sunday to write odes to their favourite drink. Join us for a morning of fun conversation and collaboration (: For details and updates, see the Facebook event page.

  5. Making Kannada letters with pixels is fun!

    Making Kannada letters with pixels is fun!

  6. Recce in Cubbon Park

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  7. Coming soon!

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    Planning to make some letters dance for our next typervention, and having some fun in the guise of trying out ideas. Quick and dirty prototyping is the best!

  8. Typervention featured in The Hindu

    Very humbled and kicked that our Typervention picnic was featured in The Hindu’s Metro Plus Weekend supplement last week. Read online here.

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  9. Bangalore Typervention #1 | The City of Boiled Beans

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    Of the many legends surrounding the etymology of the word Bengaluru, one popular but dubious theory is that the city’s name comes from the phrase benda-kaal-uru. As the story goes, Hoysala king, Veera Ballala II, came on a hunting expedition to this region and lost his way. An old woman fed the hungry king boiled beans (benda kalu in Kannada) and the king christened the town Bendakaluru which evolved into Bengaluru.

    Bendakaaluru written in Kannada with beans by Rahul Gonsalves, Pratul Kalia and Supreeth Srinivasamurthy. Photography by Dinudey Bhatia, Nirbheek Chauhan and Pooja Saxena.

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  10. Bangalore Typervention Picnic #1 | Food Letters

    Would you believe we spelled out over a dozen food phrases and idioms in just a couple of hours on Sunday? More pictures over at Facebook and Flickr.