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When Adam Twardoch was 14 years old, Pope John Paul II laid a hand on his head, somewhere in a field in Poland. Since then, Adam has been on a holy mission to improve global typography. Especially the way that western designers draw their ogoneks.
Adam currently works for FontLab Ltd. He lives in Germany, on the Polish border in a small town named Frankfurt an der Oder (not to be confused with the larger west German city with a similar name: Frankfurt am Main).
Adam is also on the board of directors for the ATypI, whom he also serves as the country delegate for Poland.