U&lc: influencing design & typography

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Mark Batty, Feb 25, 2005 - Art - 192 pages
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U&lc, the quarterly type and graphics publication distributed for 30 years by International Typeface Corporation, influenced several generations of graphic designers. It was a showcase for much of the best graphic design work being created in the United States during the time it was published. The typefaces used in U&lc, together with the typography and selected articles and cover illustrations, paint a rich and fascinating story of the intersection of popular culture and graphic design from 1973 until the turn of the millennium. This book provides a retrospective look at U&lc and the use of type within it.

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Lubalin abound. A nice collection -- a bit too "coffee table book" Read full review

Contents

contents The business of type John D Berry
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A Ulc retrospective
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the people who have designed Ulc
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

John Berry is a freelace writer and deigner and was editor of U&lc.

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