Art Nouveau Typographic Ornaments
by Dan X. Solo (editor)
Another typographic collection by Dan Solo and Dover Press
Extreme Fonts: Digital Faces for the Future
by Spencer Drate and Jurka Salavetz
Profiles and recent samples from over 40 cutting-edge type designers, many published for the first time.
Goudy's Type Designs: His Story and Specimens
by Frederic W. Goudy
More from the Master.
Great Type and Lettering Designs
by David Brier (Editor)
A collection of some of the best typographic solutions ever produced. Grouped according to the type that: tells a story; beautifies a design; or breaks the rules.
1. Type That Tells a Story
2. Type That Beautifies a Design
3. Type That Breaks the Rules
Treasury of Alphabets and Lettering
by Jan Tschichold
A Source Book of the Best Letter Forms of Past and Present for Sign Painters, Graphic Artists, Commercial Artists
by Roger Walton (Editor)
Typography Now Two: Implosion
by Rick Poynor (Editor)
The Typographic Desk Reference
by Theodore Rosendorf
First edition. The Typographic Desk Reference (aka TDR) is comprised of a thousand facts on the form of Latin-based writing systems. The book includes the following four main sections: Terms - Definitions of format, measurements, practice, standards, tools, and industry lingo; Glyphs -The list of standard ISO and extended Latin characters, symbols, diacritics, marks, and various forms of typographic furniture; Anatomy & Form - Letter stroke parts and the variations of impression and space used in Latin-based writing systems; and Classification & Specimens - An historical line with examples of form from blackletter to contemporary sans serif types. Designed for quick consultation, entries are concise and factual, making it handy for the desk. Its foreword is written by Ellen Lupton.
- Hardcover: 152 pages
- Publisher: Oak Knoll Press; 1st edition (February 2009)
- Language: English
The Concise Guide to Type Identification
by Vincent F. Apicella, Joanna V. Pomeranz & Nancy G. Wiatt
1,700 laser typefaces displayed in a tabular format with similar characters grouped together.
Modern Encyclopedia of Typefaces 1960-90
by Lawrence W. Wallis
1,200 type styles compiled and categorized with sources named.
Precision Type Font Reference Guide
by Bruce Newman, Brenda Newman & Jeff Level
This guide contains the widest variety of font software available from leading developers.
Great Type Combinations
by Carol Buchanan
"100 swipeable solutions for choosing typefaces that will look great together” and how to create the right look for your clients."
Table of Contents:
1. About type
6. Special Applications
7. Using Display Type
8. Beyond the Rules
Treasury of Calligraphy: 219 Great Examples, 1522-1840
by Jan Tschichold (Editor)
Typographics 2: Cybertype: 'Zines + Screens
by Roger Walton (Editor)