Magazines

9 November 2009

Clever chameleon

Clever chameleon

Read Rick Poynor’s latest Web-only Critique on the Eye site
Go to the Eye website for Rick Poynor’s Critique about Mono-Kultur,

1 November 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Magazines

Just Add Stock winner, Magazines

john ridpath, the awards department

Micha Weidmann's cover for the New Statesman’s ‘Monarchy Special’
The striking cover of the New Statesman’s ‘Monarchy Special’ stood out amongst an otherwise strong field of entries. Won over by the cover’s ‘graphic twist’, the judges were impressed with Micha Weidmann's visual take on the issue’s controversial theme: ‘Why Ma’am Must Go’.

24 October 2009

Ink and paper - holding up

Ink and paper - holding up

andy cameron

Another way to decode the future of magazine design?
Colors is a magazine for the rest of the world, writes Andy Cameron of Fabrica.

16 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Reports

Just Add Stock winner, Reports

the awards department

Zerofee’s Bondage for Freedom – the Angola 3 broadsheet
In terms of entries received, the reports and brochures category of the Just Add Stock awards was one of the most popular. Much of the work was deemed to be unimaginative or timid by our panel of judges, but among the stronger entries there was a clear winner: London based studio Zerofee for their Angola 3 broadsheet, centred around the incarceration of three Black Panthers.

9 October 2009

A night at the Loeries

A night at the Loeries

sean o'toole, sean o’toole

South African creativity finds a voice at this year’s awards
‘Woop woop woop korr, korr, korr, korr…’ So goes the call of the crow-sized Knysna Loerie, at least according to my burgundy coloured Roberts’ Birds of Southern Africa, an enduring classic in South African book design and illustration, writes Sean O’Toole.

7 October 2009

It’s an Issuu

It’s an Issuu

the marketing department

Another way to get an idea of the real, printed, physical Eye before you buy
   

5 October 2009

Tactile pleasure, bold layouts

Tactile pleasure, bold layouts

simon esterson

From Bardot to Hollis … plenty to watch and read in the new FILE
The second issue of Thorbjørn Ankerstjerne and Fabio Sebastianelli’s bi-annual FILE is out, writes Simon Esterson. It’s a fascinating project: a large-format 124-page magazine, printed on newsprint with a heavy outer cover and including a DVD with three hours of content.

17 September 2009

British designers, ca. 1963

British designers, ca. 1963

the picture department

The spread everyone’s been asking about, from Typographica
OK, here’s a better view of that famous feature: photographs of British designers from Typographica no. 7 (New Series), printed in silver ink with a glassine overlay.

11 September 2009

Birth of the Modern

Birth of the Modern

Kemistry Gallery pays tribute to Herbert Spencer’s Typographica
What unites 1960s Modernist graphic designers, the editors of Wallpaper* magazine and Hoxton bloggers? Last night it was the opening of the exhibition at Kemistry about Herbert Spencer’s pioneering magazine Typographica.

4 September 2009

In the pink

In the pink

Paolozzi and Foreman and Bax and Ballard: the ‘jet age’ family of Ambit
Art, fiction, sex, science and politics: artist Eduardo Paolozzi’s contributions to Ambit are the subject of a new Raven Row exhibition in London, which opens today. John Ridpath attended last night’s private view.
 
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