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Typography 17

the annual of the Type Directors Club, 42nd Exhibition

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Published by Watson-Guptill Publications in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Advertising layout and typography -- Exhibitions,
  • Commercial art -- Printing -- Exhibitions,
  • Printing -- Exhibitions,
  • Graphic arts -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesType Directors Club
    Statement[Senior editor, Marian Appellof].
    SeriesTypography -- 17, Typography (Type Directors Club (U.S.)) -- 17.
    ContributionsAppellof, Marian E., 1955-, Type Directors Club (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination272 p. :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18344752M
    ISBN 100823055523
    OCLC/WorldCa36799770

    Back in the days of metal type and printing presses, fonts and typefaces were two different things — the typeface was the specific design of the letters, say Times New Roman or Baskerville; while the font referred to the particular size or style of that typeface, say 10 point regular or 24 point italic (each created as its own collection of cast metal letters and other characters).   While any layperson with a computer can set type, the art of typography is the technique of formatting type to be readable, legible, and attractive. A Brief History of Typography us toll free: international: +1 () UK: +44 (0)

    Typography is the practical art of arranging how the printed word appears on the page. Typography was born when print was born. Early types were based on the letterforms of scribes, and the letters cut into Trajan's Column ("monumental inscriptions"). Later, gradually, type designs were based on the special needs of books, pamphlets, newspapers and advertisements. 17 & Over; Point Notes; B&H Books / / Imitation Leather. $ Retail: $ Save 33% ($) Stars Out Of 5 Reviews. Add To Cart Add To Wishlist. HCSB Super Giant Print Reference Bible, Brown and Tan LeatherTouch. Holman Bible Publishers / / Imitation Leather.

    8 Rules for Creating Effective Typography #1 Learn the Basics Your first step towards more effective typography is to learn a bit about the art. If you’re unfamiliar with its concepts, you might think that typography must be a fairly simple discipline. In reality, typography is quite complicated and is as much science as it is art.   Respect Thy Typography. Good typography shouldn’t have to rely on ornamental crutches to stand tall. Yet despite all the tools and knowledge available to us, we readily embrace a flourishing, decorative typography, with cheap tricks used in a misguided attempt to make it “pop”.


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