Brackets, when writing, are usually used to contain extra information that may support one subject or another. The publication Bracket takes a look at some very serious issues that are often neglected in our every day lives and usually overlooked when writing about designers, illustrators and artists.
The second book in the Kat Ran Essays in Philatelics series, _ Eric Gill: Notes on Postage Stamps_, provides interesting insight into the history of Gill’s not-so-successful career as a stamp designer.
Shaping Text by Jan Middendorp boldly and concisely describes itself right on its front cover.
This book will show you how shaping text can help you grab, hold, direct and manipulate the reader’s attention.
There’s a horrible cardboard car on a rubber band wrapped around this lovely book. Ewww. What’s that doing there?
Never mind, I’ll chuck that and just get on with admiring an exquisitely designed thing.