This occasional, book-length work is edited and produced at the Department of Typography, University of Reading, and is now published by Hyphen Press. It publishes extended articles on its subject, exploring topics to the length to which they want to go. Its scope is broad and international, its treatment – serious and lively.
Hendrik D. L. Vervliet:
The young Garamont: roman types made in Paris from 1530 to 1540
Extreme type: progress, ‘perfectibility’ and letter design in eighteenth-century Europe
The ‘Plaque Découpée Universelle’: a geometric sanserif in 1870s Paris
Letterforms for handwriting and reading: print script and sanserifs in early twentieth-century England
The Graphic Information Research Unit: a pioneer of typographic research
The form of language