Comprising of essays written by John Berry, dot-font: talking about fonts explores the world of typography and the impact that the technology of the 21st century has had on the art.
Opinionated and witty, editor and designer Berry discusses different font designs, typography designers and font creation technology. Whether to aesthetically please the viewer, make a visual statement through design or simply make text easier to read, there's a lot more to typography than meets the eye.
Entertaining yet critical, this is a book for those who like to look beyond what's written down.
A series of critical essays and insights about graphic design and typography.