OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition

OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition

OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition
Octavo International Journal of Typography / Issues 1-8 / Complete Boxed Set / Mint Condition. All eight issues of the legendary graphic design magazine Octavo. Edited, designed and published by 8vo as an eight issue series between 1986 and 1992. The first seven print-based issues were all to the same format of A4, 16pp. They all come with an 8-page wrap-around trace jacket. The eighth issue was published as an'interactive' CD-ROM (included in this set). As the editorial in the first issue states. Octavo has evolved from a desire to see an independent publication which acts as a serious forum for the discussion of matters, both contemporary and historical, relating to typographic design. In its eight issues the journal will focus primarily on typography within graphic design, but will also investigate the way in which letterforms are used in the visual arts, poetry, architecture and the environment, as well as looking at broader matters such as design education. What some commentators said about Octavo: Octavo looks dishy, and like the average Swiss pavement, is clean enough to eat your dinner off.

Nobody placed an order with Mark Holt, Hamish Muir, Simon Johnston and Michael Burke to do and go through all this; they are publishers, authors, designers, and fund providers, all in one. They are exemplary: sixteen pages of pride, courage, and love of typography can mean a lot. The only piece of design worth stealing from my old college library... Since the comparatively quiet early issues, 8vo have discovered the Macintosh and undergone a revolution in sensibility that makes their British imitators look staid. Rick Poynor, The Designer as Author, Blueprint #77, 1991.

Octavo_1_1986 Octavo_2_1986 Octavo_3_1987 Octavo_4_1987 Octavo_5_1988 Octavo_6_1989 Octavo_7_1990 Octavo_8_1992. OCTAVO 86.1 [August 1986]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket. 5 colours: black, red, grey, grey, grey varnish. Technics and Ethnics: The Work of Anthony Froshaug. Providing a unique insight into the work of this important typographer who combined an experience and understanding of European modernist design principles with a very English approach to typographic convention. On the design potential of the Mac. Richard Long's Art of Words. Addresses the use of type in Long's art, making this an important documentation of this aspect of the artist's work.

OCTAVO 86.2 [January 1987]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket. 5 colours: black, blue, grey, varnish, varnish. Looks at Stefan Themerson's use of the internal vertical justification and discusses other related typographical works. A review of the work of designer and teacher Geoff White whose enthusiasm and dedication to typographic experimentation remain undiminished after thirty years. OCTAVO 87.3 [August 1987]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket.

7 colours: black, green, blue, red, yellow, grey, varnish. Ian Hamilton Finlay: Terror and Virtue. A consideration of the duality and paradox in Hamilton Finlay's work. Where is the School of Thought? A demand for a reappraisal of values in design education.

Architectural Typography: Willi Kunz at Colombia. Kenneth Frampton and Willi Kunz. Client and designer discuss Kunz's famous series of posters for the lecture programme at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning.

OCTAVO 87.4 Weingart Issue [January 1988]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket. 6 colours: 2 blacks, agrees, 2 varnishes! How can one make Swiss Typography? An issue devoted to Wolfgang Weingart's seminal 1972 lecture manuscript, previously only available in photocopied format. Over 100 examples of work from Weingart's teaching at the Basel School of Design.

OCTAVO 88.5 lower case issue [August 1988]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket. 8 colours: black, blue-grey, blue, red, red, yellow, green and varnish. Large and small letters: authority and democracy.

An in-depth study of Upper-and lower-case usage and parallel hierarchies. Lower-case in the Dutch lowlands.

Offers a unique perspective upon the pioneering Dutch designers' lower-case campaign from the 20s, and its lasting effect on graphic design in Holland. Traces the development of lower-case usage in verse printing through to the adoption of all lower-case by concrete poets in the 50s and 60s. OCTAVO 88.6 Environment issue [January 1989]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket.

36,000 die-stamped impressions: four weeks to print and 16 to finish! Argues for a reassessment of the changing relationship between signs and buildings. Charts the fascinating development of typographic convention in timetable design from the 1830s to the present day.

Reveals the secrets of registration plate coding systems from around the world, accompanied by die-stamped colour examples of plates photographed from his extensive collection. OCTAVO 90.7 The New Synthesis [July 1990]: 16 pp text, 4 pp cover, 8 pp trace jacket.

4-colour process, matt + gloss varnish. The'ring neuer werbegestalter' 1927 - 1933. An important survey of the work of this pan-European movement with an informed assessment of the pioneering typographic approach common to all the ring's members who formulated many design principles still in use today. Questions conventional ideas of reading, legibility and typographic layout.

Director of Cultural Services at the Musee d'Orsay discusses Philippe Apleoig's innovative work for the museum and the Festival d'ete. OCTAVO 92.8 Multi-media Issue [November 1992]: Macintosh compatible CD-ROM. 23.25" x 33" poster foled into eighths, as issued. A study of issues surrounding multi-media today, and those that will affect the future synthesis of emerging communications media. The CD-ROM format of this final issue is aimed at an audience of fellow designers and typographers, attempting to raise awareness of the coming changes in information technology, which will fundamentally redefine both our modes of communication and the role of design. Research by Deborah Marshall and Bridget Wilkins. Simplicity of form is never a poverty, it is a great virtue. Jan Tschichold, quoted by the editors in issue 1. As you will see from the link below, this collection is considered extremely rare and uncommon to obtain in one full set. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Magazines". The seller is "m0dm0d" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
OCTAVO International Journal of Typography 1-8 Boxed Set As NEW MINT Condition


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