Dustcover Designs 

Typographic dustcover designs experimented with the idea of how typographic forms could engage with each other through the form of a dustcover design. Each design was to be based off a piece of writing that spoke of typography. 

Dustcover one, explored type designer, Hermann Zapf. His plea and past experiences for authentic type design. The text spoke of how type can be easily copied and manipulated.  The design through typography explored scale distortion and composition. 

Dustcover two, explores the ideas conveyed by Phillip Meggs that speaks of the ease and manipulation of the computer. The ease to flip, rotate, stretch or bend type far from its original form.

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Genevieve Drury