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Posted 12.28.08 | PERMALINK | PRINT

Jonathan Barnbrook

New Year's Greeting




 

Typography by Barnbrook Design, 2008

For additional perspective on eight years of the Bush Administration, do not miss this oral history in the current Vanity Fair.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jonathan Barnbrook works as a designer and typographer in London. A monograph on his work, The Barnbrook Bible, was published in 2007.
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