📖 Read pages i-52 of Just My Type by Simon Garfield

📖 Read pages i-52 of Just My Type: A Book about Fonts by Simon Garfield

Some interesting tidbits interspersed in a text written by someone who obviously loves the typographic arts.

At times the languages seems a bit too flowery, but it’s often in service of describing the character in language of the visual aspects of the fonts themselves. The potential false dichotomy is that these feelings may not be evoked the same way by everyone experiencing them in person.

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