TinTin meets Derrida in one of Southeast Asia's most cosmopolitan cities....
A young woman looks at the fonts of Singapore.
The FONT DETECTIVE has no story. If you like fonts and love travellling, this is the book for you.
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About the Author
Stephen Black's distinctive writing style reflects his extensive background in fine art, TV, movies, and 3D game production. An American who has lived in Asia most of his life, he tackles universal themes with a personal voice. His artworks and photographs have appeared in galleries, museums, books and magazines worldwide.
After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photographic Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology, he moved to Manhattan's Lower East Side where he worked for Film/Video Arts. Two years of exciting Manhattan madness concluded with a two-week trip to Tokyo. This marked the start of a lifelong Asian journey with extended stays in Hong Kong and Japan. He's been based in Singapore since 2002. Along the way, he has worked on projects with such diverse talented individuals as the legendary Japanese actress Kumiko Akiyoshi, photographer Annie Liebowitz, musician Amith Narayan, artist-curator Michael Lee, dancer Kazuo Ono, musician David Sylvian, poet Cyril Wong and hundreds of other people who amused him, made him work, made him laugh or scared the heck out of him.
Stephen Black has also written: Obama Search Words, Furikake, On Seng Poh Road, and Tiong Bahru Blue. He released Bus Stopping a hard cover book of photography in 2006 and will soon be releasing another hard cover book entitled Tiong Bahru.