ANTHONY FROSHAUG: TYPOGRAPHY AND TEXTS / DOCUMENTS OF A LIFE, edited by Robin Kinross
Hyphen Press, 2001, First edition, 528 pp., 7" X 10", Two softcover volumes in cardboard slipcase
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Presents the work and life of this essential typographer who, until now, too little was known outside his close circle of his friends and students. Froshaug was a deep and charismatic thinker-practitioner, whose insights return us to the fundamentals of typography. The book consists of two interacting volumes: the solid record of the work is placed against the contingencies of the life. A traditional monograph is unsettled by an exploration in documentary.