Book review: Hand Job : A Catalog of Type by Michael Perry

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In this digital age of computer-generated graphics and technology, it’s refreshing to see a small subset of typographers who still believe in working by hand. and as the popularity of hand-drawn type continue to grow, it is now time to explore and celebrate the work of those typographers whose every letter is a work of art. hand Job collects an incredible universe of Hand-Drawn typography exploring the work of fifty-five typographers and graphic designers who are making new stride by originality of their work and the popularity of their clients.

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