A case for... the work of The Caseroom Press

Reichert, Hans Dieter and Tullett, Barrie and Wood, Philippa (2010) A case for... the work of The Caseroom Press. baseline: International TypoGraphics magazine (58). ISSN 0954-9226

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During the last seven years Barrie Tullett and his colleagues have produced a prodigious number of titles. Characterized by their richly varied form, they frequently combine a diverse mix of formats, typography (both formal and vernacular), illustration, and photography – interwoven with texts which in many cases are conceived and written by the designers. Barrie’s energy and enthusiasm must be contagious for such prolific output to be maintained while so much British art and design education has become formulaic. Clearly he is able to orchestrate both his colleagues amongst the staff at Lincoln and elsewhere, and students to produce work which is stimulating in both its content and form.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:The Caseroom Press
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W213 Visual Communication
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design
ID Code:3313
Deposited By: Barrie Tullett
Deposited On:10 Sep 2010 12:54
Last Modified:28 Apr 2013 10:47

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