A sophisticated collection, with comments by Giancarlo Iliprandi himself, of the covers he designed for the magazine Serigrafia during the 1970s-80s: a dialogue between writing and graphics, letters and signs.
It is not a “lesson” on fonts but an example of design trends and creative freedom that encourages us, through the accounts and recollections of this great Milanese designer, to open our eyes and focus our attention on the different ways in which the alphabet can be represented.
Book design: Giancarlo Iliprandi
Languages: Italian and English
Binding: paperback stitched with flaps
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