INVISIBLE INK


You suddenly become extremely fascinated by the typography within the book and feel you must study it in considerable depth.  

Matthew Campisi


Invisible Ink: Critical Perspectives on Typography is a collection of essays written about typography in response to some of the seminal typographic texts: Beatrice Warde’s The Crystal Goblet, Jan Tschichold’s The Principles of The New Typography, and Walter Benjamin’s Unpacking My Library. These critical essays explore the intricacies of typography that shape the way we experience the written word, without us even realising it.


Contributors

Rida Abbasi
Fiona Bruce
Matthew Campisi
Maria Finna
Dan Higgins
Jess Kneebone
Charlotte Scales
Pam Suarez
Meng Sun
Joanna Toilas
Tomas Xie
Kesong Yang