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Baseline 22: Dimensional Typography

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Publisher: Bradbourne Publishing
Publication: 1996, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, saddle-stitch
Pages: 52
Size: 245 x 345
Text: English
Design: Lippa Pearce

(Publishers review) 'During 21 years of publication, Baseline has become the leading international magazine about type and typography. It began life in 1979, published by the graphics arts products manufacturer, Letraset. It was originally intended as mainly a vehicle to promote new typeface designs, made available under licence to typesetting system manufacturers. Published ‘when available material allowed’, Baseline nevertheless gained an immediate reputation despite only appearing on average once a year for its first 10 years of existence. Its editorial content, despite the obligatory typeface promotion, struck a chord with the typographic community, because of its objective, and informed approach.' (Source) www.baselinemagazine.com/

Contents:

  • Lexicon of Typematters
  • Ralph Beyer - The Art of the True Letter, Mike Daines
  • Strange Bedfellows, Daniel Birch
  • Saul Bass - Anatomy of a mentor, Arnold Schwartzman OBE
  • GF Smith and Stratmore, James Lesley
  • Book Design in Switzerland, Jost Hochuli
  • Oz Cooper - Originator and Inspiration, Mike Daines & Dave Farey

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Condition: Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing and soiling to cover, occasional creasing. Please contact me for further information on condition.

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