Typographica, founded and edited by Herbert Spencer, was published in two series, each containing 16 issues - the "old series" (from 1949-1959) and the "new series" (from 1960-1967). The issues in both series were numbered 1-16 (for a total of 32 issues).
This is issue No. 11 is from the "old series," and appeared in 1955. Included are features on Swissair's branding, H.N. Werkman (with a tipped-in color plate of his work), an essay on international publishing, an essay "Tower of Babel" by Alan Dodson, a small section on books, plus a few stylish advertisements in the back. Printed on various colored paper with red and ink throughout. In a custom-made protective mylar dust jacket. Item #438.
Condition: Very Good, faint toning to paper.