Typography & communication
1) In ‘The Grand Design’, Robert Bringhurst frequently compares typography to music. If you were to draw an analogy between typography and something else, what would you choose? Write an essay discussing this analogy.
2) Anthony Froshaug writes: ‘To communicate, you can’t just be cold as an arrival indicator at a railway station: you must thrill them.’ Discuss this point in relation to typography.
3) To what extent can typography change or alter the meaning of words?