Steven Heller & Gail Anderson: Type Tells Tales

A collection of graphic designs that use typography to tell stories. The examples range from wild to expressive. They are unapologetically illegible and they are not meant to be read. The role of typography in these cases is intended to provoke emotions. The types become the artworks. With its large format (13.5″ by 9.5″) and complementary writing, this book is an inspiring source for experimental typographic design.