Handstyle Lettering

From Calligraphy to Typography

Author: Viction Workshop

Publisher: Gingko Press Editions

ISBN: 9789887714842

Category: Calligraphy

Page: 240

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Handstyle Lettering puts the best in contemporary hand-lettering on display with artist profiles as well as broad surveys of handcrafted typographic projects used for signage, logos, invitations and more. The on-trend pieces within exist at the intersection of art, typography and design; their creators help lend authenticity and style to corporate identities, or allow small brands and individual projects distinguish themselves from competitors with elegance and flair. The collection is complemented with break-downs of calligraphic type and alphabet practice guides.
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Write Your Book in Microsoft Word 2010

Author: Dimitar Popmintchev

Publisher:

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 97

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Create, edit, and publish your book with less efforts using Microsoft Word 2010. This tutorial will guide you through the process of a book formatting till it is ready for publishing. Important topics are visualized in pictures. Word 2010 is an older version of Word, and while Microsoft is moving towards a web based application, Word 2010 is perfectly capable of formatting a book. If you already have Word 2010, it is all you need. In fact this book is written in Microsoft Word 2010. The book does not cover topics for working and insertion of equations, and references – this is covered in “Engineering and Scientific Manuscripts in Microsoft Word 2010”. This edition does not cover the art of writing or the appropriate style for presenting your creativity to a specific audience. Length: 97 pages 30 color pictures with guide lines
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Write Your Book in Microsoft Word 2016

Author: Dimitar Popmintchev

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 96

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Create, edit, and publish your book with less efforts using Microsoft Word 2016. This tutorial will guide you through the process of book formatting till it is ready for publishing. Important topics are visualized in pictures. The book does not cover topics for working and insertion of equations, and references – this is covered in “Engineering and Scientific Manuscripts in Microsoft Word 2016”. This edition does not cover the art of writing or the appropriate style for presenting your creativity to a specific audience The tutorial is also available for the current version of Word 2019 and previous versions of Word: Word 2013, Word 2010, Word 2007. Last update: January 12 2019 Length: 96 pages 35 color pictures with guide lines
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The Art and Life of Chaz Bojorquez

Author: Chaz Bojorquez,Marco Klefisch,Alberto Scabbia,Greg Escalante,François Castanet

Publisher: Grafiche Damiani

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 189

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Text by Francois Chastanet, Greg Escalante, Usugrow. Compiled by Marco Klefisch, Alberto Scabbia.
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Typeface

Classic Typography for Contemporary Design

Author: Tamye Riggs

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568988108

Category: Design

Page: 256

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If there is one experience that any graphic designer can relate to, it's the quest for the perfect typeface. The right typeface communicates the visual essence of the content while enhancing the impact of the overall design. The dozens of type samplers available are often more confusing than helpful, offering hundreds of choices but little guidance. Typeface: Classic Typography for Contemporary Design is a unique sourcebook featuring sixty classic typefaces that continue to resonate with today's most influential graphic designers. The book is organized using typographic classifications such as sans serif, serif, display, script, and dingbats. Each typeface is presented in detail, including its origin, main characteristics, and uses. The main character set of each type specimen is accompanied by typesheet style examples including technical specifications and non-Latin characters. In addition, Typeface includes a unique feature certain to delight designers: a choice of similar typefaces is given for each font, so that alternatives can be easily compared, taking the stress out of tracking down typefaces. Characteristics such as vertically stressed oblique serifs or abrupt contrasts are highlighted and easily cross-referenced, allowing designers to make educated type choices without having to trawl through the seemingly endless pages of type vendor libraries. Accompanying the main character sets and typesheets are examples of the typefaces in use. Leading practitioners such as Pentagram, karlssonwilker inc., and Why Not Associates provide a working context for each typeface, making Typeface both a fully functional sourcebook and an inspirational showcase of international typographic design.
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