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Basis knowledge of graphic design on 100 cards – for fun learning

This is a game for buffs and beginners which teaches you typography as you play! It explores the world of the type designer, shows how typefaces are developed, explains the system of classification, outlines the basics of grid design and the use of type – and is highly entertaining to boot!

110 two-coloured cards. Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz. German edition.

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