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  • ‘At the foot of this post there can be seen the name of Victory as it would appear in the capitals from Bowles’s Roman and italic print alphabets of 1775, and in the one that follows, capitals from an alphabet in Bickham’s Universal penman of 1733, et
  • ‘The Nymph and the Grot’ was the title of an article that I wrote in the journal Typographica. It explored the background to the appearance of geometrical, monoline sanserif lettering in Britain towards the end of the 18th century[…]
  • ‘The project documents every instance of the phrase “is the new” encountered from various sources in 2005. It is intended to map the iterations of a peculiarly common marketing and literary device.’ via Design Observer

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