Real-Time Realist #2



A type specimen that is also a collection of artist work and texts that revolves around the emotions of Ecstasy, Joy, Serenity, and Love. Through the texts and imagery it reads like a novel more than anything else; the factors of dimension and form could have something to do with this as well. Although there is a lot of content, the book feels extremely well thought through. The content placement makes sense and feels intuitive even before reading further into the texts or examining the imagery. By displaying new typefaces through other people’s work the book becomes a compelling object. It is neither flashy nor overdone and it feels like everything within the pages was placed with purpose. The subtle use of different papers for different works is an extra smooth and flawless touch. 



  • Ondertitel
    Typeface Don't Care, Typefaces Do Care
  • Auteur
    (Artists:) Kasia Fudakowski, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Paul Haworth, Josse Pyl, Arvo Leo, Angharad Williams, David Bennewith, Carla&Karlis, Mikko Varaks, Nowlenn Salaün, Lieven Lahaye, and Jungmyung Lee
  • Oplage
    600
  • Omvang
    240
  • Prijs
    € 19
  • ISBN
    978-90-827201-5-0
  • Verschijningsdatum
    28 November 2019
  • Uitgever / Opdrachtgever
    Jungmyung Lee
  • Ontwerper(s)
    Jungmyung Lee
  • Drukkerij
    Wilco Art Books (Amersfoort)
  • Lithograaf
    Fred Vermaat
  • Boekbinderij
    Wilco Art Books (Amersfoort)
  • Materiaal
    Paper interior: Munken Print White, Maxi Satin, Recystar, Ibo
    Cover material: Peydur
  • Bindwijze
    Sewn binding, cold glue
  • Lettertype
    Birch (480, 1313, 2020), Impact Nieuw (2012, 20216, 2019, Advocate), Joseleen Reg 2018, Jungka (Book, Medium), Molluc, Pirelli (Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold), Jung-Lee Type Foundry
  • Real-Time Realist #2

    A type specimen that is also a collection of artist work and texts that revolves around the emotions of Ecstasy, Joy, Serenity, and Love. Through the texts and imagery it reads like a novel more than anything else; the factors of dimension and form could have something to do with this as well. Although there is a lot of content, the book feels extremely well thought through. The content placement makes sense and feels intuitive even before reading further into the texts or examining the imagery. By displaying new typefaces through other people’s work the book becomes a compelling object. It is neither flashy nor overdone and it feels like everything within the pages was placed with purpose. The subtle use of different papers for different works is an extra smooth and flawless touch. 

  • Ondertitel
    Typeface Don't Care, Typefaces Do Care
  • Auteur
    (Artists:) Kasia Fudakowski, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Paul Haworth, Josse Pyl, Arvo Leo, Angharad Williams, David Bennewith, Carla&Karlis, Mikko Varaks, Nowlenn Salaün, Lieven Lahaye, and Jungmyung Lee
  • Oplage
    600
  • Omvang
    240
  • Prijs
    € 19
  • ISBN
    978-90-827201-5-0
  • Verschijningsdatum
    28 November 2019
  • Uitgever / Opdrachtgever
    Jungmyung Lee
  • Ontwerper(s)
    Jungmyung Lee
  • Drukkerij
    Wilco Art Books (Amersfoort)
  • Lithograaf
    Fred Vermaat
  • Boekbinderij
    Wilco Art Books (Amersfoort)
  • Materiaal
    Paper interior: Munken Print White, Maxi Satin, Recystar, Ibo
    Cover material: Peydur
  • Bindwijze
    Sewn binding, cold glue
  • Lettertype
    Birch (480, 1313, 2020), Impact Nieuw (2012, 20216, 2019, Advocate), Joseleen Reg 2018, Jungka (Book, Medium), Molluc, Pirelli (Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold), Jung-Lee Type Foundry