Jovica Veljovic
Jovica Veljovic – born 1. 3. 1954 in Suvi Do, Yugoslavia – type designer, typographer, graphic designer, teacher. 1974–79: studies lettering and graphic design at the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade, with a period of research studies from 1981–83. 1987–92: teaches typography at the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade. 1992: is made professor of lettering at the design department of the Fachhochschule in Hamburg. He has won various awards for his work in calligraphy and typography, including the Association Typographiques Internationale (ATypI) Charles Peignot Prize (1985) and prizes at the XX October Salon in Belgrade (1979). the "ZGRAF5" international graphic design exhibition in Zagreb (1987), the XIII Biennale for Graphic-Design in Brno (1988) and the Graphics Biennale in Moscow (1996). Fonts: (1984), (1985), (1986) and multiple master typeface (1995). * TYPOGRAPHY – An Encyclopedic Survey of Type Design and Techniques Throughout History by Friedrich Friedl, Nicolaus Ott (Editor), Bernard Stein, published by Könemann Verlagsgesellschaft mbH. ITC Veljovic, ITC Esprit and ITC Gamma are registered trademarks of International Typeface Corporation.

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