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  1. Parmigiano Type System

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    The Parmigiano Typographic System is reinterpretation of Giambattista Bodoni's work for modern use. Its stated ambition to be the most extensive family of fonts ever to have been inspired by…

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    • Typotheque Specimen No.10

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      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,…

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      • Neutral typeface

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        Aware that there is no such thing as total neutrality, this typeface explores how the absence of stylistic associations can help the reader to engage with the content of a text. http://typotheque.com/blog/neutral

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        • Works That Work magazine introduction

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          Works That Work is an international magazine for the curious mind, intending to surprise its readers with a rich mix of diverse subjects connected by the theme of unexpected creativity that improved…

        • CCS Detroit makes WTW required reading

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          Doug Kisor, the chair of Graphic Design at the College for Creative Studies, explains why they made Works That Work magazine a required reading.

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          • Works That Work magazine in 15 minutes

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          • Why do you read WTW magazine?

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            Tell s why you read Works That Work magazine, and receive a guest subscription. It’s the readers that define the magazine. https://worksthatwork.com/blog/why-do-you-read-wtw

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            • Harir, a modern Arabic typeface

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              Harir is an arabic typeface created to explore elegance and high contrast in the script and it's the first typeface of it's kind to feature optical sizes. https://www.typotheque.com/blog/harir Software…

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              • Perfect binding vs Saddle Stitch

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                The idea of bookbinding is very simple. It should keep pages together and book when opened should lie flat on a surface. https://worksthatwork.com/blog/binding

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                • Social Distribution (Works That Work magazine)

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                  Works That Work wants to examine often ignored areas of design. In the spirit of this aim, we also intend to bypass traditional distribution networks which typically take the largest part of the cover…

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                  • Works That Work magazine / process

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                    Works That Work is a new design magazine available in print and digital form (EPUB, HTML, PDF). We publish articles on unexpected creativity that make a great dinner stories. Help us to make a magazine…

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                    • Karloff, convergence of beauty and ugliness

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                      Animation: Thibault de Fournas & Christopher Wilson, Screenplay: Peter Bilak, Voiceover: Harvey Gold, Music: Nicolas Jaar. Karloff explores the idea how two extremes could be combined into a…

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