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Paul shaw’s newsletter this month previewed a book on the history of the Tipoteca. Designed by Simon Esterson, the designer of Eye magazine, printed and produced [metallic inks, short sheets, letterpress inserts, gatefolds and more] by Grafiche Antiga, run by the Antiga family that created the Tipoteca. There are contributions by James Clough, James Mosley, Jim and Bill Moran of the Hamilton Wood Type Museum, Alan Kitching, Erik Spiekermann, Leonardo Sonnoli, Enrico Tallone and others.

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AuthorNicole Phillips
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AuthorNicole Phillips

These street name signs 'hide in plain sight' they are read daily for navigation as visual wayfinding anchors but not often seen. Especially by locals, Allistair’s project is about looking at these signs critically to understand where they have come from and what narrative they may tell of his city.

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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesBOOKS
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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesBOOKS

For Verònica Fuerte, Hey’s founder and creative director, the concept of publishing a book of her studio’s output “wasn’t something I had ever thought about before,” she tells It’s Nice That. Verònica feels that all of the projects the studio have completed in the past 11 years, both the “failures and successes”, are significant for the studio and for people to discover in the book too. “They all had some value, something learnt, however insignificant it seemed at the time.”

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