Letraset: the nostalgic and very DIY typographic revolution explained
“Some products are inextricably infused with nostalgia. Letraset is one of them” writes Kathryn Westcott for BBC. “Sheets of film that would be rubbed with the end of a pencil to give way to beautifully formed letters - as long as you had a steady hand and the patience of a saint” she adds on the revolutionary Letraset which changed typography in 1961 with graphic designers, architects and numerous amateur publishers of zines “embracing it with gusto”...
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