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Baskerville: The Biography of a Typeface (The ABC of Fonts Series) (udgave 2024)

af Simon Garfield (Forfatter)

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The classic elegant English typeface, still widely used as a book text more than 250 years since its creation. Baskerville is a transitional design, poised between the first metal types and modern styles, notable for its combination of fat and thin strokes. When it was first used there was genuine concern that it would damage readers' eyes. John Baskerville was a maverick lacquer maker and printer in Birmingham, a flamboyant dresser, an important figure in the Enlightenment. Though it earned him little money, he was obsessive about both his typeface and its appearance on the page, a perfectionism culminating in his magnificent Bible. The story encompasses one of the first powerful women of the printing world, his wife Sarah Baskerville, and the many typefaces the Baskervilles inspired. And it examines why John Baskerville's body was dug up and buried many times before it was finally allowed to rest in peace.… (mere)
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Titel:Baskerville: The Biography of a Typeface (The ABC of Fonts Series)
Forfattere:Simon Garfield (Forfatter)
Info:W. W. Norton & Company (2024), 144 pages
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Baskerville: The Biography of a Typeface (The ABC of Fonts) af Simon Garfield

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Not as interesting as I hoped it would be. I’m not sure if there isn’t really enough source material to turn this into a narrative, or if I just didn’t love the style — which is weird because I liked Just My Type very much. Not my cup of tea.

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The classic elegant English typeface, still widely used as a book text more than 250 years since its creation. Baskerville is a transitional design, poised between the first metal types and modern styles, notable for its combination of fat and thin strokes. When it was first used there was genuine concern that it would damage readers' eyes. John Baskerville was a maverick lacquer maker and printer in Birmingham, a flamboyant dresser, an important figure in the Enlightenment. Though it earned him little money, he was obsessive about both his typeface and its appearance on the page, a perfectionism culminating in his magnificent Bible. The story encompasses one of the first powerful women of the printing world, his wife Sarah Baskerville, and the many typefaces the Baskervilles inspired. And it examines why John Baskerville's body was dug up and buried many times before it was finally allowed to rest in peace.

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