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Type only af Mark Sinclair
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Type only (udgave 2013)

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"Type Only celebrates a current trend in typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography. Through the work of around 100 graphic designers from around the world, this book explores the communicative and emotive power of type when used in isolation. The book identifies the use of type 'in isolation' as a growing and influential contemporary trend, but it also looks at the historical antecedents of this sort of work. In an introductory essay, Mark Sinclair, deputy editor of Creative Review, provides an overview of how typography has evolved from the early 'type only' experiments of the Dadaists and Futurists, via Modernism and Post-Modernism, to today's radical typographic trends, digitally made and shared instantly on the internet. With the mass arrival of the personal computer in the early 1990s, typography made a quantum leap. What once took hours of manual labour, could now be done on the screen in real time. At the same time, designers also realized that many of the old typographic conventions and preferences could be bypassed. The result is a 21st century typographic landscape with a multiplicity of styles and gestures" - publisher's website.… (mere)
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"Type Only celebrates a current trend in typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography. Through the work of around 100 graphic designers from around the world, this book explores the communicative and emotive power of type when used in isolation. The book identifies the use of type 'in isolation' as a growing and influential contemporary trend, but it also looks at the historical antecedents of this sort of work. In an introductory essay, Mark Sinclair, deputy editor of Creative Review, provides an overview of how typography has evolved from the early 'type only' experiments of the Dadaists and Futurists, via Modernism and Post-Modernism, to today's radical typographic trends, digitally made and shared instantly on the internet. With the mass arrival of the personal computer in the early 1990s, typography made a quantum leap. What once took hours of manual labour, could now be done on the screen in real time. At the same time, designers also realized that many of the old typographic conventions and preferences could be bypassed. The result is a 21st century typographic landscape with a multiplicity of styles and gestures" - publisher's website.

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