7104Re: Sem Hartz & the Making of Linotype Juliana: Now Available!
- Dec 2 2:23 PMPaul and all
I received my copy today. Quite nice. Format is great. I've a fondness
for the monograph style. Glad to have it. Congrats.
ps: Any word on when the typeface when be made available? Or is it
> Inferno Press is please to announce -- after two years' work -- the
> publication of Sem Hartz and the Making of Linotype Juliana. This is the
> first book dealing exclusively with the design and development of one of
> the most elegant -- and overlooked -- typefaces of the twentieth
> Frustrated by the dearth of information about Hartz in English, Inferno
> Press commissioned Mathieu Lommen, a curator at the Special
> CollectionsDepartment at the Amsterdam University Library and friend of
> Hartz, to write the story of the design of Linotype Juliana. Lommen's
> text has been laser-printed on archival paper using a newly digitized
> version of Juliana. In fact, this will be the inaugural appearance of
> this font. Photographic reproductions of Hartz's early drawings for
> Juliana aretipped in, and the cover is letterpress-printed on a Nepalese
> Lotka paper (various colours). 8 1/4 by 5 inches. 15 pages. 100 copies.
> Stiched into soft covers. Price C$40. North American orders add
> C$5/copy. Elsewhere add $7/copy. Dealer discounts available. For more
> information, and an image of the cover, please visit Inferno Press's
> website <http://infernopress.blogspot.com/> .
> Books may be ordered directly from the Press by email
> <mailto:inferno_press@...> or by calling 604 731 6365. We accept
> payment from bank-account-funded PayPal <https://www.paypal.com/>
> accounts, international money orders or (in Canada) personal cheques.
> Cheques must be made out to Paul Razzell.
> Our address is
> INFERNO PRESS
> 1857 West 4th Avenue, No. 227
> Vancouver, B.C., V6J 1M4
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