The Typefaces book invites children into the world of typography
What happens when a dedicated illustrator/designer becomes a dad? He pulls together a simple and fun children’s book about his profession. Scott Lambert’s self-published little edition The Typefaces offers nothing more than the title prompts: faces in type. Each page is dedicated to one letter of the abc drawn with simplicity and honesty, and featuring a head.
Entertaining not only for toddlers but for their parents as well, Lambert invites grown-ups for a playful game and allows their eyes to take a fresh look at familiar things. For children, it provides a beautiful way to get acquainted with letters while gives the right type of visual input. Intended ‘for the designer in every child and the child in every designer’, Typefaces is a simple and fun training for the imagination. The book is printed only on-demand, but the project includes a cheaper magazine-form alternative as well as posters and t-shirts featuring the most popular designs.
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