A nicely topical type choice for The Artist and His Critic Stripped Bare, an edition of the correspondence of Marcel Duchamp and Robert Lebel. Nina Stössinger based her Sélavy (2013) on the thirteenpunched-out caps on Marcel Duchamp’s Green Box from 1934.
Designer Catherine Lorenz used the dotted typeface for all text on the cover. The center-aligned lines are set in four sizes of Sélavy. Knowing Nina and her attention for detail, Ican imagine she now wishes she made optical variants, so that all lines could have the same dot size.
The book was edited and translated by Paul B. Franklin, with a foreword by Jean-Jacques Lebel, and published in a bilingual edition (English and French) by Getty Publications. The interior (not pictured) is set in Minion and Gotham.