Details: David Jury (Editor). International Society of Typographic Designers. 2003. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Saddle stitch. 64pp. 210 x 297mm. Printed in colour, paginated. Text in English.
About: TypoGraphic 60 – Primal typography.
Articles included in this issue: Walter Tracy – Composing room days. Tiffany Turkington – De(sign)ing design: informal design from a Southern African cultural perspective. Susanne Edwards/Julia Lockheart/Maziar Raein – Setting the scene for a debate in graphic design education: the function of old and new technologies in the teaching of typography. John Ellis – El Carnaval de la Tipografia: The enigma of the Havana cigar-box. John Grice – Metal typesetting by Gloucester Typesetting Services. John Kortbaoui – Arabic typography: a brief history.
"The conventions by which typographers are still bound were, to an enormous degree, formed by the primal technology of letterpress and it is inconceivable that typography will stray far from what letterpress has made it. This, and other primal printing developments provide the theme of this multi-award-winning issue of TypoGraphic." (Source) www.istd.org.uk
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