Working with computer type 4: experimental typography
Using desktop computers, graphic designers have vigorously plunged into the waters of typographic experimentation, irrevocably altering the way they approach and translate ideas into visual form. This book offers a range of typographic experiments by leading graphic design professionals and advanced students. Each project is discussed in detail, revealing both methods and rationale. 1,600 illustrations.
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