1,000 Type Treatments: From Script to Serif, Letterforms Used to Perfection Paperback – 27 May 2005
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About the Author
Wilson Harvey is a London-based integrated design and marketing agency with a focus on producing high-end communications for a wide range of clients. Wilson Harvey has designed more than 500 books for a variety of publishers, and is the author/designer of The Best of Brochure Design 7 and 1,000 Graphic Elements. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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My major gripe with this book is that you have to refer to an index at the back to see what fonts are used for any given design ~ this is very frustrating. I think it really is a missed opportunity because there is a huge area of blank (wasted) space on each page where that all important information should be. Instead of using this space, the author will have you flipping from the page with the design you're interested in to the back of the book to find out which design agency did the work then you have to find the design number under their listing just to find out which fonts are used! A total waste of time and a very good example of bad design!
This one's going back to Amazon.
It's a bible of what's possible if you spend money on spot colors, metallics and things like that, but it's also great inspiration for your daily headers, covers etc. if you want to give them that extra something.
I really enjoy the way it's been divided up into: flyers+leaflets, books + magazines, logos + stationary, brochures, posters + banners, 3D + Outdoor + Digital(web mostly). It makes it very easy and fast to find inspiration for just the kind of assignment you're working on.
As someone esle mentioned each example has a number assigned to it. If you go in the back of the books there's a database of all these numbers, where it says who did the work, who was the client, which designers and art directors worked on it. what program was used and which fonts.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the best reference books for typography you can purchase (for the price).
I bought this for inspiration and resourcing, it's great for that, it provides work and ideas that I wouldn't have considered, and this reshapes my on projects thinking.Published on 18 May 2014 by A.Creative
I'ma big fan of graphic design, and typography is one of the most amazing graphic area.
This book inspires me each time I open it. Read more
Another great book from the 1000 range, help in times of desperation and needed inspiration, these are all great books and will help you in the low times when designing!Published on 8 April 2009 by D. Ralph