One Hundred Great Books on Typography
Agatha Toromanoff (Author)
The ultimate typographic library.
This versatile collection presents the ideal library for anyone who wants to know how type works and, more importantly, how to use it.
A compilation of 100 must-reads on typography and typeface design caters to professional graphic designers, students and aficionados alike.
One hundred influential books on the subject are displayed and summarized in one volume.
Thematic sections allow easy navigation and thorough reviews explain the importance of each book.
Three interviews with typography experts and authors of influential books on the subject round off the book: Ellen Lupton (Thinking wity type), Erik Spiekermann (Stop Stealing Sheep & find out how type works) and David Jury (What is Typography? and About Face).
Agatha Toromanoff is an art historian passionate about typography, who runs BOAblog.net, a site dedicated to books on art. As a freelance writer she has also authored several publications as well as features in the art press.
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published by Luster (15 July 2016)
28.9 x 2.5 x 22.5 cm