Readability as a primary goal of book design looks into fonts as well as production considerations, and results in a book that looks timeless and neutral or reflect its contents. The sensory aspect of a book's design can provide traction to the reader's experience of the object, even a challenge to it, so that the movement from data to information to knowledge happens.
Join us on Saturday, 12 August for a talk with Baby Imperial of B+C Design. The talk is free and open to the public as part of the public programs. for The Library of Unread Books.
Baby Imperial is one half of Communications and Design Practice, B+C. They explore the intersection of communications, design and the visual arts, combining their capabilities in 2, 3 and 4-dimensional spheres of design and art. Their work as theater set, book and exhibition/graphic designers has received awards and nominations for awards.