A useful chart depicting 'The Anatomy of Type'. #inspiration

This chart is a helpful way to illustrate and highlight each of the type anatomy terms that will be useful in this class. They show different examples than what we have seen in our textbook and in lecture.

The Anatomy of Type http://chicorei.com/camiseta/the-anatomy-of-type-1424.html

Camiseta The Anatomy of Type

Typography poster by T.Johnston, via Flickr

West Texas A Type 2 Project: educational poster aimed at informing the viewer about typography and some of its terms.

The Typographic Desk Reference Written and designed by Theo Rosendorf

Came across this quick reference guide of typographic terms and definitions today. I just love the page above explaining the anatomy and form of letters. What is it with type? The book is called The typographic Desk Reference.

Type anatomy: make sure you can talk about type structure without bumbling around like an buffoon!

Understanding And Choosing The Best Typeface

Obsessively organized into 17 group classifications, The Anatomy of Type explores 100 typefaces in loving detail, and contains enough information - from the quirky to the factual - to turn anyone into a font geek.

A normal adult human skeleton consists of 206 named bones (or 213 if each of the nine fused vertebrae of the sacrum and coccyx are counted as independent bones). The individual bones of the skeleton are connected by three types of joints, which differ in the type and amount of movement they allow. The human skeleton is divided functionally into an axial skeleton that supports the main body axis and an appendicular skeleton that supports the arms and legs.

Human skeleton English vocabulary lesson Human skeleton English lesson Human skeleton vocabulary How many bones in the human skeleton? There are 206 bones in the human body, but when babies are born they have around

The Anatomy of Type: A Graphic Guide to 100 TypefacesAKA The Geometry of Type: The Anatomy of 100 Essential Typefaces  Students and professi...

The Anatomy of Type: A Graphic Guide to 100 Typefaces + The Geometry of Type: The Anatomy of 100 Essential Typefaces By Stephen Coles Foreword by Erik Spiekermann Design by Tony Seddon