Trinité & Lexicon
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|Author||Bram de Does|
|Size||23 × 15,5 cm|
|ISBN||978 94 90913 36 6|
This book contains two essays by the Dutch typographer and type designer Bram de Does on the development of his two typefaces Trinité and Lexicon. The text contain many details that were important at the time of the transition from hand setting via phototypesetting to digital typesetting. The book is typeset fully in Trinité and Lexicon, designed and typeset by Bram de Does.
This books presents the work of Felix van Sambix (1553–1642), was one of the finest writing masters of the Dutch Republic. The book presents over 200 of his sheets in full size.
This lavishly produced book presents Hansje van Halem’s array of commissioned, self-generated, rejected and unfinished sketches, type drawings, and experiments
Richly illustrated book on the body of work of the Dutch type designer Gerard Unger.
This book presents the chromatic exploration of the Kaba ornaments designed by Bram de Does at the Enschedé type foundry.
A 1993 facsimile of the famous type specimen from 1768 by the Enschedé type foundry with a separate English-language book with descriptions.
The first, and until now the only, book exploring in-depth Tibetan type and typography. This book presents research regarding the origin, development, and typographical function of letter types in Tibetan writing, from their beginnings in 1738 to the present.
This small book documents the work of Cyrus Highsmith— his type design and well as his sketches and drawings at the occasion of Gerrit Noordzij Prize.
Bram de Does has conducted extended research into the endless combinations of patterns, ornaments, and borders.
Gerrit Noordzij’s powerful and analytical text, illustrated with his own diagrams and examples, presents a genuine theory of writing.
This is the first publication devoted to De Does’s life and work best known as a type and book designer, creator of typefaces Trinité and Lexicon.