Problematic elements of typograhic style influencing the æsthetic of the result

Robert Oleś
Kraków, Polska
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The quest for one’s own style in book form design should resist the temptations of schemes and norms but at the same time should not break with harmony and logic, which constitute the foundation of æsthetic.

Using examples, I will present problematic elements of typographic style which in typesetting usually result in compromises from the clash between differing importance hierarchies dividing the designer and the editor.

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