Carolyn Puzzovio

Carolyn Puzzovio
Carolyn Puzzovio has been involved in design education for over thirty years. Her background is as a graphic designer and her major interest within the subject has always been lettering and type. This interest has developed beyond the Latin alphabet – the 38-character Armenian alphabet in particular. During 2007 she designed her first OpenType typeface –Lagoon– based on a Venetian model from 1810. Carolyn’s articles on the subject of the Armenian alphabet and type are published in the latest issues of Baseline, nos. 57 & 58.
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Peruse Carolyn Puzzovio’s Stories below:

Type and Culture

Type and Culture

October 9, 2010

It could be said that Armenia is one of the world’s fastest disappearing nations, as waves of emigration going back centuries …