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One of my favourite things is watching what the untrained eye can do with typography — give your average Joe a day-glo ‘sale’ sticker, or a fire door and a paintbrush, and wonderful things start to happen.
Lucky for me then, this book by Siaron Hughes is chock-a-block full with greasy bucketloads of typo commandment breakage, crass signage, awfully laid out menus and gorgeously grubby handwritten notices promoting the varied and honorable services of pretty much every late night stop-off that ever bulk-battered poultry. My only gripe with the book is that I didn’t think of doing it. Virtual high-fives all round.

Also, you can read a much better review than this one here


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