2 edition of Our mediæval typography found in the catalog.
Our mediæval typography
McMurtrie, Douglas C.
|Other titles||Our medieval typography|
|Statement||by Douglas C. McMurtrie.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. :|
FEFFER MEDIÆVAL is the idealised image of a Carolingian minuscule, the script of Charlemagne, on which our modern Antiqua has been modelled. Charlemagne In the young kingdoms that had been founded on formerly Roman territory during the migration period, several so called Post-Roman scripts emerged up to the 8th century. Editor’s Note: As more examples of “bad typography” appear, I’ll continue to update this hey, you can send me your own examples for inclusion, too. (See the end of the article. Last edit on J ) Typography of one sort or another is all around us. And that’s why bad typography is also everywhere.
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