In this essay on the art of typography, Marlon Ettinger has a specific concern. He wonders about the design of “the lowly page number.” Fortunately, he addresses his own concern by noting that “far from being a utilitarian afterthought, an astonishing number of design choices go into pagination.” And then he goes on to prove it with an informed history and a number of examples that reinforce his argument.
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