Martin Majoor enrolled at the then, now part of ArtEZ University of the Arts, in 1980.
12 Facts About Martin Majoor
Martin Majoor used their Ikarus system to design a typeface named, which was never released.
In 1986, Martin Majoor joined the research department of Oce and investigated fonts for use on computer monitors.
In 1988, Martin Majoor became a graphic designer for the Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, where he designed concert programmes.
In 1994, Martin Majoor redesigned the Dutch telephone directory for PTT Telecom alongside Jan Kees Schelvis.
Martin Majoor started on an alternative version of Seria, but this became a larger project.
In 2014, Martin Majoor released Questa, a Didone font and sans-serif derivative in collaboration with Jos Buivenga.
Besides working as a type designer Martin Majoor has always worked as a book typographer and graphic designer.
From 1999 until 2010 Martin Majoor was the graphic designer for the Warsaw Autumn Festival, the largest international Polish festival of contemporary music.
From 1990 to 1995, Martin Majoor taught typography at the Schools of Fine Arts in Arnhem and Breda.
Martin Majoor wrote articles for magazines like Items, Eye magazine, 2+3D and tpG tipoGrafica.
Martin Majoor gave workshops in Amsterdam, Stuttgart and Warsaw.