• Anatomy of Type – Multiple Resources

Type Dissection  (no formaldehyde necessary) – Naming the P A R T S of the ‘Body

From the text: Designing with Type, A Basic Course in Typography, by James Craig, © 1992 (3rd Edition), Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, NY (detail from page: 14 / image: 22. Roman uppercase and lowercase letterforms.) –

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From the text: Designing Type, by Karen Cheng, © 2005, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT (pages: Variables in Type Design 10 – 11, Parts of a letter 12 – 13) –

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From the text: Thinking with Type, A Critical Guide for Designers, Editors, & Studentsby Ellen Lupton © 2010 (2nd Edition), Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY (pages (desaturated): Anatomy 36 – 37) –

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From the text: Typography Referenced, A Comprehensive Visual Guide to the Language, History, and Practice of Typography, by Allan Halay, Richard Poulin, Jason Tselentis, Tony Seddon, Gerry Leonidas, Ina Saltz, Kathryn Henderson with Tyler Alterman, © 2012, Rockport Publishers, Beverly, MA (pages: Appendix, Anatomy of Type 328 – 329) –

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From the text: A Typographic Workbook, A Primer to History, Techniques, and Artistry,
by Kate Clair, © 1999, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New Yok, NY (pages: Parts of Character 79 – 83) –

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From the text: Font. The Sourcebook, by David Pearson, Alexander W. White, Will Hill, Pentagram, Ed Fella, Teal Triggs, Peter Bilak, Experimental Jetset, Sam Winston, © 2008, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK (pages: The Mechanics of Type, The Anatomy of Type 208 – 211) –

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