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Shoplifters 8: New Type Design, Actual Source

Contributed by Valentin Buisard on Sep 3rd, 2019. Artwork published in
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    RH Inter by Robert Huber and Simon Mono by JP Haynie and Robert Janes in use for Shoplifters 8: New Type Design.

    Shoplifters is a bi-annual publication featuring the work of contemporary artists, photographers, designers, illustrators etc. Shoplifters doesn’t have a single identity, its size, paper, typography, and tone changes each time it’s published.

    —100 typefaces by over 60 designers
    —Facit AB–Z (Excerpt) by Our Polite Society
    —Interview with Berton Hasebe (By Harry Gassel)
    —“Tools” by Dinamo
    —Intro written by Kris Sowersby

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    1 Comment on “Shoplifters 8: New Type Design, Actual Source”

    1. Sep 4th, 2019  6:50 am

      Initially I was turned off by this book’s design, but once you get over the ironic-generic cover and the monospaced body copy (c’mon, when will these fads end?) it’s really a nice selection of work and content, and a fitting snapshot of the current type design scene.

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