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Ellen Lupton—designer, curator and one of the most famous American authors writing about design—explains clearly, concisely, and as informatively as possible how to work with type and text, what letters, typography, typesetting, and modular grids are and sheds light on their history and place in contemporary design. The book is full of illustrations, rules, clear examples (including the dreaded “type crimes”), valuable tips, practical exercises and fun facts. This is an indispensable publication for designers and typesetters who are just beginning to get acquainted with typography and its amazing possibilities.
Dimensions: 144 × 215 mm (5,7″ × 8,4″)
Press run: 3000
Weight: 800 g
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