This issue of Alphabet is a collection of essays by famed Dutch typography teacher Gerrit Noordzij that are unavailable elsewhere. It’s also an example of his theories put to practice as the issue is designed by Noordzij. And, as one can not exist on Noordzij alone, there’s an interview with Hermann Zapf. A letter-lover’s dream issue.
- Editor: Paul Shaw with essays by Gerrit Noordzij
- Size: 8.5 × 11 inches
- Pages: 32
- Binding: Pamphlet
- Condition: Bumped but better than nothing
- Publisher: Friends of Calligraphy, Spring 2001