An Essay on Typography, by Eric Gill, Sheed and Ward (1931)

{Ed. Note: This article is from Books and Vines contributor Neil.} Eric Gill (1882-1940) was one of the greatest English artist-craftsmen of the twentieth century: a calligrapher, Illustrator, letter-cutter, mason, sculptor, stamp-designer, teacher, typographer, wood-engraver and writer. He was also a man of contradictions and reconciling the paradox of Gill the artist, Gill the deeply religious man who converted to Roman Catholicism with Gill the man can be difficult (for instance, see … Continue reading An Essay on Typography, by Eric Gill, Sheed and Ward (1931)