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Read more Read more Launched by Neville Brody and Jon Wozencroft in , FUSE was the groundbreaking publication that took design and typography into radically new and unforeseen spaces. The major influence of its revolutionary and experimental approach to typographic language reverberates still, and today—20 years after its launch—the explorations carried out by some of the most famous and influential names in the industry stand out as futuristic and ahead of their time. Taking the alphabet as its base, and enabled by the advent of digital design, FUSE became a laboratory for new ideas and risks, as well as a hothouse of new thinking. Published over 20 editions, each issue was themed and included both fonts and posters by specially commissioned collaborators, all of which are on show here. Editorial contributors include Adrian Shaughnessy and Jon Wozencroft. Included in this special edition: 10 exclusive posters from the never-before-seen editions of FUSE19 and FUSE20 A compilation of the work of the most innovative and renowned typographic designers of the last two decades Keycard with code to download fonts from issues 19 and 20 Complete out-of-print issues 1 to 18 compiled in a book designed by Neville Brody The editors Neville Brody is an internationally renowned designer, typographer, art director, brand strategist, educator and founder of the Research Studios network www. In addition to lecturing and contributing to a variety of cultural and educational initiatives, Brody works both independently and alongside Research Studios designers on commercial and privately commissioned projects. In Jon Wozencroft founded the audiovisual publisher Touch, to push the powerful chemistry between sound and visual media. Wozencroft has also taught at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, The London College of Printing, and has given lectures at numerous art colleges and universities around the world. FUSE 1—20 Flexicover with posters in box, online font library,

That is creating magic in the fuse 39 moment. That is the beauty and power of Tribal. To feel that connection with each other and the music, the place where you are, how you are feeling, what you are wearing…all of those do influence what comes out of the body and soul. We raise energy together, feeding off of each other, the beauty, the power, the movement, and the music! Having been a musician as well as a dancer all my life, I have played several genres of music.

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From organ music, to folksy rock guitar, to goth rock keyboards, to Middle Eastern drums and percussion, and now to country boogie guitar. I love almost all varieties of music, but I go through periods where certain music really rocks my world.

Know what I mean? Thinking about my roots as a musician, as a dancer, as a girl growing up in the United States, what are my roots? Dance roots? Music roots? Middle Eastern dance and music has been my passion, obviously 25 years carrying on! These folks are my roots: Americana.

This is what is inspiring me to the core right now. Even my grandfather was a country picker, playing at all the barn dances.

I so wish I could have heard him play. So last year I decided to dive into it a bit more with my dance. How do those two things go together? Well, why not? Since I dance around my house all the time anyway, singing and busting out the grooves, I opened up my body and soul to bring the two—Middle Eastern and [USA] country—together and see what happened. It has been a creative blast, sassy steps influenced by both—blended, fused, and fun!

The Gypsy C dancers flowed with me, trusted me, getting glitter belts and cowboy hats to play with, feeling the groove, and enjoying the making! We agreed to put together the combo of music styles that would fit my vision, the new steps blended with the well seasoned true Tribal moves, and played with costuming styles that would highlight the feeling.

And we took it to Tribal Fest , where I was also teaching a few workshops.

In fact, almost all of the Gypsy Caravan International dancers would fly in from around the globe to join us, as well as do some Master Teacher Training Level One and Collective Soul Level Six with me in San Francisco for a week before we went to the festival in northern California, with only a few added rehearsals for this performance.

Gypsy Caravan dancer Gina and I sorted through my piles of music to find the perfect songs for an eleven-minute set.

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OMG, trying to fit everything into eleven minutes! Amanda took the songs and blended them into a medley. That way we could bring in a little of everything we wanted. We collaborated on costuming ideas that would blend our styling. As a dancer, a musician, an artist, many things inspire me: Mostly it is about being in the moment and being aware.

Listening to what is coming through me. Stream of consciousness. Being moved by a melody. It does take courage to act upon what you are feeling. To trust yourself to let it flow through and out of you in order to feel the freedom of opening up.

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And it does not happen all the time. And your end product may not be what you want.

But that does not matter. If you allow the time and space to be inspired, more will come, things may change. New ideas sneak out or come ripping through! I love that. I listen and it flows out of me, in the studio, in my kitchen, in the club, in the garden. I have to catch that moment and go with it, let it unfold through and out of me, no stopping. The core of Tribal belly dance is that we have a somewhat set format, that being roots based on specific movements which have become a universal wordless language.

From those movements we create a series of steps by way of improvisation, that may never be done the same way again.

Creating in the moment based on those steps, listening to the music, and who we are dancing with. That is creating magic in the fuse That is the beauty and power of Tribal.

To feel that connection with each other and the music, the place where you are, how you are feeling, what you are wearing…all of those do influence what comes out of the body and soul.

We raise energy together, feeding off of each other, the beauty, the power, the movement, and the music! Having been a musician as well as a dancer all my life, I have played several genres of music.

From organ music, to folksy rock guitar, to goth rock keyboards, to Middle Eastern drums and percussion, and now to country boogie guitar. I love almost all varieties of music, but I go through periods where certain music really rocks my world. Know what I mean? Thinking about my roots as a musician, as a dancer, as a girl growing up in the United States, what are my roots?

Dance roots?

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Music roots? Middle Eastern dance and music has been my passion, obviously 25 years carrying on! These folks are my roots: This is what is inspiring me to the core right now. Even my grandfather was a country picker, playing at all the barn dances.

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