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Typography 18: The Annual of the Type Director's Club


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This volume salutes the winners of the most recent worldwide competition for excellence in typography.

Each of the 232 winners of the Type Directors Club's 1996 competition is displayed in full color and is accompanied by information about the designer, client, and type style. This collection includes type design for books and magazines, corporate-identity packages, posters and video graphics, advertising and promotion, and direct-mail campaigns.

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Type Directors Club
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