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Baseline: International Typographics Journal Issue 17

£24.99

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Baseline: International Typographics Journal Issue 17, Esselte Letraset 1994.
Cover: ‘Pause here then go’, xerëgravitè – photography by Everald Williams Jr.
Articles include:
New work and Events - Hans Dieter Reichert & Mike Daines,
Daniel Pelavin - Karen Chambers,
Morris Fuller Benton - Mike Daines
Young Design, Germany, America and England - Hans Dieter Reichert & Mike Daines,
From Cuneiform to dtp – is there a pattern? - Martin Ashley,
Fonts – where to now? - James Lesley,
How to hold your chopsticks - Tilly Northedge,
American Magazine Design - Peter Hall,
Film titles - Peter Hall

Condition: Very Good, card cover with minor wear, internal pages clear.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
33 x 24 cm
Edition:
1st edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
52
Publisher:
Esselte Letraset
Title:
Baseline: International Typographics Journal

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Baseline: International Typographics Journal Issue 17, Esselte Letraset 1994.
Cover: ‘Pause here then go’, xerëgravitè – photography by Everald Williams Jr.
Articles include:
New work and Events - Hans Dieter Reichert & Mike Daines,
Daniel Pelavin - Karen Chambers,
Morris Fuller Benton - Mike Daines
Young Design, Germany, America and England - Hans Dieter Reichert & Mike Daines,
From Cuneiform to dtp – is there a pattern? - Martin Ashley,
Fonts – where to now? - James Lesley,
How to hold your chopsticks - Tilly Northedge,
American Magazine Design - Peter Hall,
Film titles - Peter Hall

Condition: Very Good, card cover with minor wear, internal pages clear.

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
33 x 24 cm
Edition:
1st edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
52
Publisher:
Esselte Letraset
Title:
Baseline: International Typographics Journal

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