Hello Print Screen Festival!
During these past two years since I've completed my Living Language project, I've had an amazing chance to travel, exhibit and present it.
Ori Elisar is a Jaffa based designer, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem graduate with a B.Des degree in Visual Communication, And Hebrew Linguistics and Archeology studies at Ben-Gurion University in the Negev.
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Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (2015)
B.Des, Visual Communication
Microbiology department, Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob, Tel-Aviv University (2014)
Training in Microbiology
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (2009)
Hebrew Linguistics and Archeology
Fachhochschule Bielefeld / University of Applied Sciences NRW-Scholarship Program (2013)
WS with full NRW-Scholarship Program
Talks and presentations
FITC conference, February 2016, Tokyo.
FABCAFE Shibuya, February 2016, Tokyo.
A BioHack Typographic workshop.
MetaPhorest seminar, February 2016, Tokyo.
SupeFabLab , February 2016, Tokyo.
BioFiction event (hosted by BCL and Institut français du Japon) , February 2016, Tokyo.
PechaKucha , February 2016, Tokyo.
Exhibitions & Award
IDA 2015, Honorable Mention
The 9TH Annual International Design Awards
WIRED, September 3, 2015
A Living Typeface That Actually Grows in a Petri Dish
CoDesign, September 1, 2015
Made of Bacteria, This Living Type Morphs Into New Letterforms
Dezeen, September 14, 2015
Ori Elisar grows typography in a lab using bacteria-filled petri dishes
ilovetypography, September 21, 2015
Discovery, September 6, 2015
makesense, September 8, 2015
Biology, linguistics and evolutionary aesthetics
Page Magazine, September 21, 2015
Wie aus Bakterien ein Alphabet wächst
cienciaxplora, September 25, 2015
Esta tipografía vive (literalmente) en una placa de Petri
Ideas lab, September 17, 2015
DESIGN, INOVAȚIE, ȘTIINȚĂ
frizzifrizzi.it, October 12, 2015
L’ALFABETO VIVENTE, CHE MUTA GRAZIE A UN BATTERIO