“This first book on Fella, designed by Lorraine Wild, contains numerous examples of the designer’s work, including his radical typeface designs, which have been described as ‘spun, tilted, stretched, sliced, fractured, drawn as if with a broken nib, and set loose among fields of ink-blotter doodles and networks of rules.’ This title also features Fella’s collection of Polaroid snapshots of the signs and symbols he sees on the streets. These photos, taken over a period of many years, serve as a record of vernacular architecture around the world as well as inspiration for Fella’s own designs.”