Video feature — Typographically Speaking: Visible Voices and the Rose Rare Book Collection
John V Clarke, associate professor of visual arts and lead designer of the exhibition catalogue, addresses letterform styles and typefaces in “Imprints and Impressions: Milestones in Human Progress — Highlights from the Rose Rare Book Collection.” Clarke explores the historical development of varying letter styles and typography’s role in these milestones of human progress.
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Professor John V Clarke discusses the function, form and evolution of typography as it appears in the works included in the Imprints and Impressions exhibition at the University of Dayton.
Clarke, John V., "Video feature — Typographically Speaking: Visible Voices and the Rose Rare Book Collection" (2014). Supplemental Media: Catalogue, Handlist, Lectures, Events and More. 7.