Playful Type 2 examines how designers are using a variety of techniques to produce typography and lettering in a range of innovative styles It not only features high quality type design and diverse applications for original lettering, but also insightful texts and interviews with leading typographers that explore current developments This book is a timely investigation of how designers are trying to find solutions to counter the fact that and messages are being communicated in plain text on digital platforms such as cell phones It documents the innovative, personal lettering techniques that today s designers are developing by hand that not only simply present content, but also enrich it creatively....
|Title||:||Playful Type 2: Ephemeral Lettering and Illustrative Fonts|
|Publisher||:||Die Gestalten Verlag October 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||224 pages|
|File Size||:||680 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Playful Type 2: Ephemeral Lettering and Illustrative Fonts Reviews
I love this book, I am a graphic design student and currently studying calligraphy and this book is just amazing, great type designs from top designers, it contains not only images but the proceses too and information about the designer. Really nice quality book, hard cover everything you would expect from a book about type.
I love Playful Type 2. This book shows experimental type design and lettering going into a really interesting direction right now - a blend between hand-crafted and digitally manipulated art, rustic but real. The original lettering in the book is to die for. The innovation involving letterpresses and screenprinting made me want to be in art school again...an inspiring read!
I own Playful Type (the first copy) as it is a book I keep revisiting for inspiration. Naturally I was excited to pick up Playful Type 2. From exciting emerging designers like Jessica Hische's cheeky typography and Aron Jancso crazy, calligraphy-inspired fonts, this a book chock-full of the industry's latest and greatest. I only wish there were more interviews -- I wanted more.