Typographic Manifesto

This is the student work for ART 337: Typography II at UMBC. Project was about the Expressive typography uses letter and word shapes to tell a story. The Type itself becomes expressive to speak out the message about the creation of functional typographic solutions. The instruction of this project is to select a total of five passages from either The Crystal Goblet or Printing Should be Invisible (Beatrice Warde) and the Post Typography Manifesto (Nolen Strals and Brue Willen) and use the fifth statement to take a side. The format is in the standard Tri-Fold Brochure folding.

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