De quoi Garamond est-il le nom?
Author : Stéphane Darricau | Description : 125 × 210 mm + flaps, 84 pages, 750 copies | Materials : grey cardboard + 115 g/m² Munken Print White 1.8 uncoated offset paper | Typeface : Traulha Lineara, Bureau Brut | Printing : Art & Caractère, Lavaur (81) | Binding : sewn Otabind binding, Atelier Façonnage, Neuillé-Pont-Pierre (37) | Editing & publishing : Bureau Brut & Stéphane Darricau, Toulouse (31) | ISBN : 978-2-9580531-1-6 | Photography : Chloé Bruhat in Helmo offices
This short essay aims at telling and illuminating the story of the most famous classical typeface and its numerous modern and contemporary revivals. The book deals with the historical aspects of typographic culture as well as the conditions of contemporary typographic practice. Through the example of the Garamond typeface, it offers a broader analysis of the differents ways in which graphic designers, publishers and readers interact with typography.
22,00€ [Incl. taxes]