I discovered Neal Fletcher's resolution to displaying his bespoke typefaces, and thought it was quite an innovative way of bringing his specimens together. Obviously the booklets are homemade and there are aspects that I don't feel are professional enough for the level I am working at. However, the simple way in which the booklet reads and flows from one type example to the next is something I aim to emulate. I also like the very simple colour combinations, and can imagine the interesting texture of the coloured stock. I think my fashion created typeface is a lot less legible than the ones seen here, it is definitely a decorative font, nevertheless there are things I can be inspired by.