Mexico has developed an important trend toward the development of alternative visual and textual dedicated to children. Within them stressed by their creativity and importance the narrative through the font worked as image because the letters become part of a wealth of meanings that transcend its sound and visual original, are part of the pages of the books in quality of a metalanguage figure that multiplies its perceptual links. Thus, the letters, in this new narrative, have various functions, from the calligraphically or the reading text continued until the formal that presents the idea merged the configuration of an idea, the symbolic, associated with a meaning arbitrary or the ornamental that uses the characters as part of the context of the page, in a fund of water or in the play relations with the space. In these new options, the complicity between graphic designers and editors is important, both of which allow the possibility of foray into innovative developments that have expanded the options of legibility for children for whom the book becomes a sensitive experience, because it includes feelings and perceptions various. The concepts that are involved in this thought about the children’s books are the representation and interpretation underpinned by the possibility of free exercise of the conditions of construction and deconstruction of the structure of the book.
|Keywords:||Children, Books, Narrative, Typography|
Professor, Visual Arts Postgraduate Program, National School of Visual Arts, National Autonomous University of Mexico, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
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