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American Type Design and Designers

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This unique reference—more than 10 years in the making—chronicles the history of type in America through the typefaces and biographies of 62 of the most influential type designers. With coverage of 334 typefaces, complete with samples from both obscure and known publications, this eye-popping reference reveals the contribution America has made to the world of type by Linn ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 1st 2004 by Allworth Press
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Born in 1939 in Bucaramanga, the capital of the Colombian Department of Santander. At the age of 16, he traveled to the United States to study fine arts at Boston University, where he graduated cum laude. He then went to Yale University, where he graduated with highest marks in 1963 and was made a professor. He worked with Paul Rand at his New York studio.

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