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I am doing research about how typography can be considered a means of expression.

The idea is to identify specific cases in which a typeface or a font represents more than something simply nice, legible or useful. Can you think of any case in which typography has become a symbol to make people reflect on something or a way for the designer to express him/her/itself?

 

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It seems a very broad topic.

Also it is the use (typography) or the design itself of the typeface that need to be a mean of expression?

In the second case, we could start with this.

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I would like to focus more on the typeface itself and understand if this is a contemporary phenomenon or was already present at the beginning of the history of typography.
The reference you gave is fascinating and is precisely what I was looking for.

Thank you!

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