Category: Fonts, Date: 28-12-2014, 12:53, Views: 318


In Alhambra, Richard Lipton attacks the static repetition normally found in lines of typographic capitals by offering the inventive typographer a lavish choice of alternative letterforms. They are particularly useful when doubles occur.
Having achieved a personal synthesis from a variety of calligraphic hands, he suggests the sensitive mixing of alternate characters as a creative method of obtaining a calligraphic spontaneity.

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