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I found myself visit this forum very often lately and found your advices really helpful. So I decided to sign in and ask for your help on such a matter:
I'm working on a book that will be sent free to subscribers of a biz mag. Size 240x260mm (56p8x61p5) means that no one would take the book to his/hers business trip and likely it would spend its time on the shelf of some young executive after a brief flick through.
The Book consists of several articles from the mag. Each article starts with a title spread with two color illustration (Black + Pantone). Typefaces used in the book are LeMondeJurnal for the body (set 9/12) and PrivaPro used for titles, subtitles, subheads, quotes, pagination and sidebar text.
The main reason of this post are my concerns about the ligatures at titles and quotes. I can't make up my mind if they harmonize with illustrations well or are signs of over abundance?
Any opinions on that matter, or any, concerning typography or composition in attached pdf file would be much appreciated.
PS. Is it me or the "w" and "y" in PrivaPro are tad darker than other glyphs?