“A Selection of Digital Alphabets Designed by Russell Maret for Printing Letterpress” in Visionaries & Fanatics.
Ann Arbor, MI:
The Legacy Press,
According to contemporary artist and printer Russell Maret, “digigraphic lettering,” or letterforms created via computer software, can be as variable as calligraphy while also affording the precise reproducibility of typography. The digital types designed by Maret and showcased in this printed specimen (including Hybrid II, Peter Sans Italic, Roma Abstract, and Hungry Dutch) are intended to be printed letterpress from a photopolymer plate. They were created by the artist specifically for use in his private press publications.
From the collection of Rare Book School