Braces Print

Braces Print

Out of print.

From Eames Century Modern by Erik van Blokland

It is a shame that braces are underutilized in the written expression of the Latin languages, especially considering that they share a keypad button with their less ornamented cousin, the bracket. Text setting conventions dictate that braces enclose a series of numerals or a list of equivalent items, but when’s the last time you had to do something like that besides in a complex bibliography when you were trying to cover your tracks for a college research paper. So if you’re waxing nostalgic for an excuse to use braces and can’t quite put yourself in the typographic situation to use them, just forgo the search and purchase this print.

  • Hand printed in the USA by David Dodde
  • Individually numbered
  • Acid-Free Black French Paper
  • Recycled paper from a local family-owned mill
  • 20 x 26 (508 mm x 660 mm)
  • Shipped in custom tubes with special wrap