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Pierre di Sciullo, The Afternoon of a Phoneme

24 × 15 cm, -zeug, 256

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A long range interview, accurate, detailed and lavishly illustrated

Pierre di Sciullo is a central figure in both French graphic and type design. He is even, at the international level, one of the pioneers who first designed digital typefaces. His truculent, literary and joyously insolent work explores various paths: an infinite taste for logic, a total absence of a priori about letterforms and type history; the glyph observed from the sound angle, its geometry and colorimetry; permanent oscillations between a rigorous methodology and poetic results.

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