Editor: Jock Kinneir Publisher: The Architectural Press, London Publication: 1980, First Edition Binding: Case-bound Pages: 190 Size: 225 x 285mm Text: English
A fascinating look at the 'art and practice of public lettering', richly illustrated with b/w photographs organised into four sections: Background, Criteria, Practice and Mise-en-scène; with bibliography.
'Among the founding figures of graphic design in Britain, Jock Kinneir was both typical and exceptional. Like other designers of this generation he went through art school, started out as a commercial artist, experienced several life-changing years in the armed forces during the Second World War, and then engaged in graphic design as a way of applying his visual and human skills in a society of scarcity and reconstruction, subsequently a society of growing prosperity and affluence. Yet Kinneir was also a unique, perhaps idiosyncratic figure: a man who thought from first principles with a natural intelligence, whose designing instincts ranged far beyond graphics.' (Source) www.jockkinneirlibrary.org
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