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CONTENTS Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: How type and image function Form Meaning Four Critical Relationships Chapter Three: I. Separation Type and image operate independently Chapter Four: II. Fusion Type and image merge into one entity Chapter Five: III. Fragmentation Type and image displace one another Chapter Six: IV. Inversion Type and image trade roles Type as Image Image as Type Chapter Seven: Resources Appendices Index of Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Commercial art -- History -- 21st century.
Graphic arts -- History -- 21st century.
Communication in design.
Graphic design (Typography).