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Typography 32 (Hardcover)
For the past fifty-seven years, the Type Directors Club (TDC) has encouraged the graphic arts community to achieve excellence in typography through its annual competitions. Typography 32 is the latest Annual devoted exclusively to typography and presents the finest work in this field from 2010. Selected from more than 1,500 international submissions to TDC57, the 208 winning designs are models of excellence and innovation in contemporary type design. This year's selection encompasses a wide range of categories, including books, magazines, corporate identity, logotypes, stationery, annual reports, video and Web graphics, and posters. Each winning entry is displayed in full color and is accompanied by complete information about the designer, client, typography, and more. This year's volume also features the results of the club's fourteenth annual type design competition, TDC2 2011 and TDC Intro 011, the movie titles competition, and includes a special index listing the principal typefaces used in the winning designs and the names of their designers.
The Judges' Choice sections feature the winning entries that have been singled out as each judge's favorite; these pieces are accompanied not only by the judges' comments but also by statements from the designers about the creative process involved in developing their work. These componentsalong with chairperson statements by Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich (TDC57), James Montalbano (TDC2 2011), and Jakob TrollbÄck (TDC Intro 011)exemplify the enormous vitality of the ever-changing typography profession today.
A special section contains the seventh TDC catalog, reproduced in its entirety; it was published in 1962 and records winning designs completed over 1961. From 1955 to 1978, the competition catalog was produced as a relatively modest booklet. In 1979, after twenty-five years, the TDC Annual became a book. That explains why this Annual is called Typography 32, while this year's competition is called TDC57.