Typotheque specimen No.10

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Author Peter Biľak
Language English
Pages 48
Size 24 × 17 cm
Publisher Typotheque
Binding softcover
Availability 12

Selecting the right typeface requires a mixture of knowledge, experience and intuition. As with putting together an outfit or cooking a dinner, you don’t pick just one element, but create combinations, choosing typefaces for running text, headlines and everything in between. Typotheque type specimen No. 10 makes typeface selection easier and more fun with split pages that let you create over 10,000 type combinations using our Latin-script fonts, plus dozens of combinations using our Arabic-script fonts. It even gives you a sneak peek at some typefaces scheduled for release later in 2014.

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