Shapes for Sounds examines a fundamental discovery of humankind, the idea of shapes for sounds of alphabets. Without them, newspapers would be just folded paper, mystery envelopes would drop through your letterbox, you might brush your teeth with hair gel and you wouldn't be reading this. The development of this idea is considered on a sequential and individuals basis, from its sonic beginnings, with the Latin alphabet placed into a broader context of other alphabets.
Hardcover. 176 pages.