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Typosphere: New Fonts to Make You Think (2007)

by Marta Serrats

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In the early 1990s, a huge number of graphic designers launched themselves into creating typefaces. Both the technological revolution that preceded the appearance of the first Macintosh computer, in 1984, and the development of relatively user-friendly typeface-production software encouraged many designers to enter a field that was previously limited to highly experienced professionals.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061144215, Hardcover)

Typosphere is a comprehensive guide for typographers and graphic designers who are fascinated by the latest font designs and their use in editorial design.

The book is divided into different chapters: Aggressive, Funny, Nostalgic, Energy, Playful, Happy and Calm. With a selection of real typographical designs, the reader can not only discover the designs of new typographies, but can also explore the effect created when they appear on the page.

With a wide selection of the latest styles, Typosphere showcases fonts in the broader context of their design and is sure to captivate graphic design students and professionals alike.

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