Lund Humphries, London, 1989. (8), 148 pages. 4to (31 x 24 cm). Grey cloth, a fine copy in like dust jacket. Illustrated.
An anthology of essays on type design and typography written by some of the foremost designers and scholars in the field. From the contents; Paul Shaw: The Century Family. Charles Bigelow: The New Type Specimen Books; A Critical View. Horst Heiderhoff: The Rediscovery of a Type Designer; Miklós Kis. P. H. Duensing: Private Type Faces. Walter Tracy: The Types of Jan van Krimpen. Max Caflisch: An Investigation of the Interdependency of Paper Surface, Printing Process, and Printing Types. James Mosley: Eric Gill’s Perpetua Type. John Dreyfus: The Dante Types.