Editor: Rick Poynor Publisher: Edward Booth-Clibborn Publication: 1993, Reprint Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 224 Size: 220 x 275 Text: English Design: Why Not Associates
(Preface) 'typography is a fascinating and ever-changing craft. in the hands of many experts, from caxton to today's computer generation, type has been stretched, squeezed, twisted or simply used in its original shape to bring drama, distinction, or stylish clarity to the printed word. this book brings the craft of typography right up to date, featuring work by some of today's most gifted practitioners. designed by why not associates, who are themselves at the cutting edge of today's new typography, and with a lucid commentary by rick poynor, editor of eye, britain's most adventurous graphics magazine, typography now demonstrates the high levels of innovation and creativity being achieved by people who work with type. as a guide to current trends it will be invaluable. as an insight into typographic thinking, it maps the minds of those for whom type really matters today.'
Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing, creasing, tanning to cover. Light tanning to outer edges of interior pages.
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