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The Face, nº 62, June 1985

“Brody has stated that he did not learn the rules of correct typography, leaving him free to invent working methods and spatial configurations. His typographic configurations become icons, projecting an absolute emblematic authority evoking heraldry and military emblems. He designed a series of geometric sans serif typefaces for The Face, bringing a unique graphic image to the magazine.”

 

Philip B. Meggs. A history of graphic design. 2nd ed. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992 (p. 466)