Designers say Choi Jung Ho
디자이너가 말하는 최정호
At that time, it was enough to read the letters and know the contents of the book without needing to know who made the font, how to print it in some way. Choi Jeong-ho, who only hangs on the development of fonts for a lifetime in the shade of type culture that no one knows. We will learn about Choi Jeong-ho, who has made most of the 40 types of letters used in the printing industry in Korea alone.
The best way to express Choi Jung Ho's character
- Take a look at his way of working and present Choi Jeong-ho.
The white printed cover shows the black and white of the font, composites the texture and sketches the letter directly on the paper. I used the tracing paper in the chapter to refer to the projected characteristics of the paper used in designing the letter, so that it overlapped with the following body text. Choi Jung-ho's font design principles use a grid paper background along with simple examples to highlight the principles and principles that he describes.