Description - One Hundred Great Books on Typography by Agata Toromanoff
Nowadays almost all creatives work with type - actually everyone uses type - so knowledge of typography is essential. This book presents the reader with one hundred valuable and influential books on the subject. Thematic sections allow the reader to navigate easily, and thorough reviews explain the importance of each book. This versatile collection is the ideal library for anyone who wants to know how type works and, more importantly, how to use it. The book also contains three interviews with typography experts and authors of influential books on the subject: Ellen Lupton (Thinking with Type), Erik Spiekermann (Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works) and David Jury (What is Typography? and About Face). AUTHOR: Agata Toromanoff is an art historian, who runs BOAblog.net, a site dedicated to books on art. As a freelance writer she also authored several publications and features in art press. In addition to working on new book projects, she sets up collaborations with galleries and artists on numerous contemporary art projects. She is currently based in Germany. 400 illustrations
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