Get Lettering

How to get Creative with Type

Get Lettering How to get Creative with Type
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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9780711237612
Publisher: Kinkajou
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Explore your creative side with the cool tasks in this book!

 

Rian Hughes will show you how to:

Make words look like their meanings

Use serifs to give your words ‘ funny feet’

Create a maze made from letters

Draw fancy initials and monograms

Design logos

And much more… so Get Lettering!

The author

RIAN HUGHES  (devicefonts.co.uk) is a graphic designer, illustrator, comic artist, author, and typographer. From his studio, Device, he has produced watches for Swatch, Hawaiian shirts, logo designs for Batman and Spiderman, an iconoclastic revamp of british comic hero Dan Dare, and collaborated on a set of six children's books with Geri Halliwell. A retrospective monograph, “Art, Commercial” was published in 2002. Recent books include "Cult-ure: Ideas can be Dangerous" and "Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s", and his comic strips have been collected in "Yesterdays Tomorrows", which was launched recently at the ICA, London. 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9780711237612
Size: 8.504 in x 10 in / 216 mm x 254 mm
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