The Futura Exhibition at Galerie Anatome in Paris is on until 23 July. An eye-catching book has been produced to accompany the exhibition: Futura. Une gloire typographique.
Although it is only available in French, the extensive and in some cases little known illustrative material will make this book a worthwhile investment for all fans of this time-honoured typeface. The publication also provides an excellent historical overview of the use of Futura down through the ages.
Here a selection of the images:
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