One Man’s Treasure: Junk Type by Bill Rose

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Not your type? Well, here's a book that has a type for everyone. Extraordinary Bill Rose is "Recapturist", photographer, and preservationist who has spent the last decade traveling across America looking for junkyards, yard sales, antique stores, and other sources of inspiration to capture examples of vintage American typography and design before they’re lost forever. JUNK TYPE: Typography ž Lettering ž Badges ž Logos by "recapturist" Bill Rose, with introduction from Universe Publishing.

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