Historical information on, and/or work samples of, typographers and typeface designers who are considered to be Masters in the field of typography.
Submissions must contain historical information on and/or work samples of, typographers and typeface designers who are generally considered to be the Masters of the field.
Born in 1706 in Worcestershire, England, John Baskerville was a writing master, stonecutter, letter designer, typefounder and printer. The Baskerville font is his namesake.
Submissions must relate specifically to the typographer, John Baskerville.
Claude Garamond was a Parisian designer and maker of printing types who lived from 1480-1561.
Submissions must be for information specifically related to Claude Garamond.
Born in Bloomington, Illinois in 1865, Goudy was one of the most prolific type designers in history, creating a total of 124 type designs during his career.
Submissions must specifically relate to the type designer Frederic W. Goudy.
Zuzana Licko is the co-founder of Emigre, together with her husband Rudy VanderLans. Licko was born in 1961 in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia and emigrated to the U.S. in 1968; she graduated with a degree in graphic communications from U.C. Berkeley in 1984.
Born in 1918 in Nuremberg, Germany, Herman Zapf has designed some of the 20th century's most important fonts, including Palatino and Optima.
Submissions must be specifically related to Hermann Zapf.