Blended Type Family Stories is a collective research-in-progress about multi-script typography with Loraine Furter - Garine Gokceyan - Lisa Huang - Émilie Aurat. We use decolonial and feminist tools, centre on diasporic experiences, pay attention to personal, professional, family stories and anecdotes, to bring a contemporary reflection on multi-script typographic creation today. Click on the image below to read our article.

Multi Scripts – Blended Type Family Stories LISA HUANG 黄丽莎, GARINE GOKCEYAN, LORAINE FURTER, NAÏMA BEN AYED, ÉMILIE AURAT

During the first lockdown of 2020 I took part in the L.i.P (Liberation in Print) collective research on feminist periodicals curated by Futuress.
I studied Leïla, the first periodical centered on Tunisian women's emancipation. You can read my article on Futuress' website.

Leïla Tunisian periodical More than Just A Typo Naïma Ben Ayed Bureau Futuress L.i.P Collective

Following the L.i.P collective workshop I wrote a little piece for Alphabettes' series Bette(r) Days. Click on the image below, created by Futuress to read it. 

L.i.P Collective Workshop Futuress Leïla Naïma Ben Ayed

In 2018, together with Riccardo De Franceschi we lead a type design workshop at Tumo center in Yerevan Armenia. It was a very special one, trully collaborative and engaged. Click on the image below to read our article on Typographica. 

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