Though illiterate, Castle was drawn to the look and shapes of typography.
In addition to their fascination with advertising, the designers of the 1950s and 60s were deeply interested in typography.
In typography, paper and binding, it will be recognized as a brilliant specimen of the products of the American book trade.
As a specimen of typography the First Folio is not to be commended.
The subject, the paper, and the typography should be worthy of the distinction.
This volume is a perfect luxury to the eye, in its typography and embellishments.
Tell how and why the first half of the 15th century was ready for the invention of typography.
Such an authority, he holds, would be furnished by a school of typography.
Some of these are very creditable specimens in typography and in ability, and they have great and increasing influence.
I learned that cannon and typography were invented by the Chinese before we knew of them.