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Brevier sponsors





Minion sponsors

Dutch Type Library

P22 font foundry

Tiro Typeworks

Font Shop

Porchez Typofonderie

Nonpareil sponsors

Want to sponsor our conference? Check our sponsorship page.

Sponsoring an ATypI conference is a rewarding experience. Apart from the satisfying knowledge that you are supporting the premier global forum for knowledge, understanding and education in type and typography, there are more tangible benefits.

Organisation partners

ATypI is organising the 2006 conference in co-operation with

Universidade de Lisboa Faculdade de Belas Artes.



Experimenta is a knowledge production unit and an active communication platform for design, architecture and project culture. Its main raw material is creativity and its primary field of action is culture and culture’s permanent transformation, from a contemporary, inclusive and multidisciplinary perspective.

It strives to intervene incisively in the processes of thinking, producing and promoting culture in Portugal, with an eye towards generating a positive, transnational repercussion. In the pursuit of these goals, Experimenta conceives, fosters and promotes projects by Portuguese design practitioners, creative artists and institutions whilst establishing a network of contacts and partnerships with like-minded, international counterparts.

Experimenta is grounded in the contemporary context, exploring various fields of artistic intervention and cultural production by bringing together different areas of activity, experience and knowledge and intersecting them transversely, positioning design as an operative discipline and work methodology.

Experimenta is a strategic partner for all those who view culture as a catalyst for stimuli and as a key factor for development at all levels, in Portugal as well as abroad.

Operating in the field of contemporary design, architecture and communication, it combines culture and economy, industry and image, research and development. It seeks to make a relevant contribution to the redefinition of the boundaries that prompt new thought, new aesthetic outlines for the world and new opportunities for human development.