Letters of credit: a view of type design

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D.R. Godine, 1986 - Art - 219 pages
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Examines the modern development of type designs and discusses the work of five type designers

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Review: Letters of Credit: A View of Type Design

User Review  - Donny Truong - Goodreads

Walter Tracy's Letters of Credit is insightful and opinionated. His knowledge on the aspects of type design (measure, legibility, readability and letter forms) is informative and his criticism of designers and their types makes the book engaging. Read full review

Review: Letters of Credit: A View of Type Design

User Review  - Donny Truong - Goodreads

Walter Tracy's Letters of Credit is insightful and opinionated. His knowledge on the aspects of type design (measure, legibility, readability and letter forms) is informative and his criticism of designers and their types makes the book engaging. Read full review

Contents

Preface and acknowledgements
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Aspects of type design
11
The vocabulary of type
13
Copyright

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