Lesson Plan Second Flight Silkscreen Print
$35 Sold Out
Think you know your typographic anatomy? Can you tell a dot from a tittle, a shoulder from a bowl, or a unilateral serif from a beak at thirty-six points?
Typographers refer to elements of a letterform using a variety of terms that align naturally to architecture and the human body—eye, ear, foot, arm, lobe, leg—and we’ve captured even more of them in this specially refashioned second flight edition of the Typographic Lesson Plan print.
Dapper as the first and handled as delicately as a tailor fitting a tony pair of trousers, each individually numbered 30" × 22" silkscreen print is reproduced in Toronto by Studio Nineteen Press on 250gsm Somerset newsprint grey velvet finish stock in PMS313 blue, PMS185 red and white inks. Prints are additionally embossed with an official LL&S seal.
Prints are rolled and shipped in heavy-duty 4" diameter kraft tubes and are not matted or framed.
Made for Educators
The educational editions are also now sold out.
We think students should be able to identify type terminology as easily as they can rhyme off their favourite FontLab shortcuts, so we’re setting aside an additional 50 unnumbered prints just for educators.
The second flight edition of the Typographic Lesson Plan features typefaces from: