Invisible Ink | Publication Design | Conceptual Design | Bowen Street Press | Master of Communication Design | RMIT | 2017
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. – Bowen Street Press
Each essay is a stand alone body of work with its own distinct voice and subject, and is therefore given its own cover page and typographic treatment. Likewise, the publication’s jacket is available in 12 variations, in the style of each essay. Thus, the typography also has an illustrative function.