Experimental typography: Visual Writing.

23 november 2011 § Een reactie plaatsen

We publish books that use visual writing. There is a rich literary heritage for this kind of writing and this very much forms the basis for what we’re setting out to do.

The way we think about visual writing is this: writing that uses visual elements as an integral part of the writing itself. Visual elements can come in all shapes and guises: they could be crossed out words, or photographs, or die-cuts, or blank pages, or better yet something we haven’t seen. The main thing is that the visuals aren’t gimmicky, decorative or extraneous, they are key to the story they are telling. And without them, that story would be something altogether different.

Here are some of our favourite examples, in no particular order. If you want to send us any more you think should be included here, let us know or add them to our Flickr group.

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