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Hans Schmoller, typographer

Hans Schmoller, typographer

his life and work.

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  • Schmoller, Hans.

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    Special issue of the Monotype recorder.

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    Open LibraryOL21067553M

    As for the detail in Doubleday’s account, Tschichold was at Penguin between and , when his place was taken by Hans Schmoller. The books shown here that are dated are likely to have been designed by Tschichold, but Doubleday also reproduces, with an admiring caption about the perfectionism of its designer, a layout and marked proof for a title-page of a book published in Jan Tschichold is the only typographer in Five hundred years of book design who Alan Bartram doesn’t aggressively criticize, and lets his. From the book 'Die Neue Typographie', (The New Typography) Like many of his con­tem­por­ar­ies, Jan Tschich­old ad­hered to a kind of “apolit­ic­al so­cial­ism” dur­ing the21 pins.

    typographer Jan Tschichold, as well as designers Hans Schmoller, Germano Facetti, and Romek Marber refined the grid over the decades. This book about a quintessentially English publisher will always remain a wonderful reminder of my trip to England. The Man Who Loved Books Too Much.   Over the next twenty years she worked with Hans Schmoller, (typographer and successor to Jan Tschichold at Penguin Books) by designing and executing a myriad of maps for various publications. The work was entirely hand done and often involved her combining information from typographic maps with the author’s text and then hand writing the.

    Cinamon, Gerald (): "Hans Schmoller, Typographer", The Monotype Recorder (New Series), 6 April Graham, Tim (): Penguin in Print - a Bibliography. Penguin Collectors Society. Hall, David J., "King Penguins", in The Private Library Winter , published by the Private Libraries i: Allen Lane, Richard Lane, John Lane.   Penguin's 50 new anniversary books Blake were beautifully combined with the elegant typography and layouts provided by Hans Schmoller and Romek Marber. gift book for any pet lover - .


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Jury member, International Book Design Exhibition, Leipzig. Died London 25 SeptemberGerald Cinamon, ed., ‘Hans Schmoller, Typographer, His Life and Work Tanya Schmoller, ‘A new man called Schmoller. For those that don't, Hans was the book designer at Penguin Books after Jan Tschichold.

I was surprised by the intensity of Hans Schmoller's interest in my work. Although I knew nothing of Tanya's lifetime hobby at that time, Hans's reputation for extremely rigid book design specifications were widely known.

Hans Schmoller Collection. Hans Schmoller followed Jan Tschichold as typographer at Penguin, and went on to be Head of Production and Director. His major achievements while at Penguin include Buildings of England, Pelican History of Art and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.

The Hans Schmoller Collection comprises of materials such as book designs, layouts, specifications, grids. Monotype’s typographer book trade magazine – The Monotype Recorder – features typographer Hans Schmoller () in this April issue shown above.

Who was Hans Schmoller. This is what another great typographer/type designer said about him: “Hans Schmoller was one of the last species of typographers with a profound background of the. Hans and Tanya Schmoller – A Penguin Classic.

6/09/ News Stories & Press Release, Single Owner Collections. Decades of Design 6 September, 10am London Roseberys London are delighted to offer the single owner collection of books, decorative papers and correspondence from renowned typographer Hans Schmoller and his wife and fellow design lover Tanya Schmoller.

Buy Hans Schmoller, Typographer: His Life and Work. 'The Monotype Recorder'. New Series. Number 6. April First Edition by Cinamon, Gerald. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gerald.

Cinamon. Tanya Schmoller (3 March – 14 January ) was a Uruguayan-born British historian of graphic art, and the personal assistant to Allen Lane, the co-founder of Penguin Books. She was born in Conchillas, Uruguay on 3 March Inshe married Hans Schmoller, Penguin's Typographer, and had one step-daughter and one son.

Schmoller died in Sheffield, England, on 14 January Authority control: BNF: cbq (data). Biography. Stone was born on 13 March at Eton College, where both his grandfather, E. Stone, and father, E. Stone, were assistant masters.

He was educated there and at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he obtained a degree in history in He had no clear idea of his future, and, at the suggestion of Francis Scott, a young don at Magdalene, almost drifted into a two-year.

Hans Schmoller () was a renowned typographer and was Production Manager, and later Director at Penguin Books. It was his and Tanya's passion for design and pattern that led to the accumulation of a body of work which represents the best of.

His successor, the typographer Hans Schmoller () had a rich knowledge of type and unerring eye for detail, but was less radical in his approach and tended to refine Tschichold’s templates rather than inventing his own. Schmoller’s design for the s architectural series, The Buildings of England written by the historian Nikolaus.

sep - David Pearson came in to present his selection of Jan Tschichold and Hans Schmoller and discussed how these practitioners influence his practice. “One more attribute the. Covers from Hans Schmoller's original design for Penguin Modern Classics which featured a palette of dove grey, orange, black and white The first jackets were designed by the typographer Hans Schmoller, who created a horizontal grid with an interchangeable palette of dove grey, orange, black and white.

“Jan Tschichold: Master Typographer: His Life, Work & Legacy”, takes on a daunting task. To characterize Tshcichold’s varied career, designs, and life requires the unification of extremes. As a result, the book is forced to take the long view.

But it does so in a way that allows for some scrutiny of details. - Explore jamierunnells's board "New Typography", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Typography, Graphic design and Typography design pins. Penguin Modern Classics, first issued inis one Penguin Book’s most popular specialized series of literary works.

Today, almost four decades later, the series has maintained a bold and confident aesthetic throughout their designs, with increasingly international titles that introduce readers to the greatest writers of the last century.

Hans Schmoller Collection. Hans Schmoller followed Jan Tschichold as typographer at Penguin, and went on to be Head of Production and Director.

His major achievements while at Penguin include Buildings of England, Pelican History of Art and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.

Hans Schmoller [ Hans Peter Schmoller ], typographer; The Imprint Society for the Advancement of the Graphic Arts in South Africa, Johannesburg [ Hortors Limited, printers ] Publication details: 'For circulation to members and prospective members'.

Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and appealing when displayed. The arrangement of type involves selecting typefaces, point sizes, line lengths, line-spacing (), and letter-spacing (tracking), and adjusting the space between pairs of letters (kerning).The term typography is also applied to the style, arrangement, and appearance of.

The hidden power of typography But when you realize the words were spoken by partner and typographer Following in the footsteps of Jan Tschichold and Hans Schmoller was a Author: Stephanie Orma. Treasury of alphabets and lettering; a source book of the best letter forms of past and present for sign painters, graphic artists, commercial artists, typographers, printers, sculptors, architects, and schools of art and design by Jan Tschichold (Book) 28 editions published between and in English and German and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Cinnamon, Gerald () "Hans Schmoller, Typographer", The Monotype Recorder (New Series), 6 April Graham, Tim () Penguin in Print - a Bibliography.

Penguin Collectors Society. Hare, Steve () Penguin Portrait: Allen Lane and the Penguin Editors, London: Penguin BooksFounded: Early life and work. Robert Harling's success came despite an unpromising upbringing.

He was born in Highbury, London, inand was orphaned at an early age being brought up by his mother's friend, a nurse whom he regarded as an her marriage they moved to Brighton, bringing him in contact with the Royal Pavilion, and a lifelong appreciation for architecture and design, and the.He initially worked under Hans Schmoller (), and after Schmoller’s death, guest-edited and designed the special issue Hans Schmoller, Typographer, His Life and Work, for The Monotype Recorder no.

6 (April ).