The Typographic Universe
Published by Thames & Hudson
Virtually anything can be used to make original typography and once you start looking, it is impossible not to see letters everywhere, from deliberate inventions – aromatic alphabets made of spaghetti, soup or spices, or contorted typefaces styled out of human handprints – to serendipitous and often short-lived discoveries – letters formed by chemtrails in the sky, negative spaces between trees branches and city buildings, cracks in plaster – to fading ‘ghost types’ painted on buildings in a pre-digital age.
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Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Authors: Steven Heller, Gail Anderson
Number of pages: 352
Publication date: 4 August 2014