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26 January 2009

Broadsheet bounceback

Broadsheet bounceback

simon esterson

The Times redesigns its Saturday edition with some grand gestures
The Times appeared on Saturday morning (24 January 2009) in its new six-section configuration, writes Simon Esterson. The most obvious change is that the new Saturday Review section marks a return to broadsheet format. And after all those tabloids it does look big: a great sheet of newsprint, only really safely navigated at home on the Saturday breakfast table. (How do those Daily Telegraph readers manage on the train during the week?)

20 January 2009

The Times: from paper 2 mag

The Times: from paper 2 mag

simon esterson

Thunderer prepares for a revamp by quietly reworking its second section
Life’s tough if you publish a paid-for daily newspaper, writes Simon Esterson. There are rising newsprint prices and advertisers moving their budgets online (or just cutting them altogether) while readers desert you for the internet and free papers.

12 January 2009

Hey, good looking!

Hey, good looking!

norman hathaway

I braved designer scorn to champion the kings of Californian airbrush
‘Who wants to read a book about airbrush?’ Even one of my artist subjects was giving me shit about the decision to publish a book on 1970s airbrush art, writes Norman Hathaway. This project inspired so many grimaces and disgusted responses that I started to question it myself.

16 December 2008

What’s that sound? Who’s that girl?

What’s that sound? Who’s that girl?

Eye’s latest cover features Goldfrapp and Replica
People have been asking what’s on the cover of the latest Eye

15 December 2008

As if obstacles were not an issue

As if obstacles were not an issue

Good magazine hosts a problem-solving event in LA
Is design really about problem-solving? And if so, how often are those problems really serious? An event in Los Angeles this coming Thursday aims to tackle some really weighty challenges, such as ‘isolation’, ‘traffic’ and ‘earthquakes’.

12 December 2008

Reasons to be cheerful, part 1

Reasons to be cheerful, part 1

Spreads from the original Eye no. 6 article about Barney Bubbles
Something for the weekend. Here, by popular demand, are all the spreads from the original sixteen-page feature about Barney Bubbles in Eye no. 6 vol. 2.

5 December 2008

Eye no. 70 on press (part two)

Eye no. 70 on press (part two)

jay prynne

Measuring, inking, powdering, drying, stacking, lifting and binding
A few days ago we went down to Beacon Press to see the latest issue of Eye hit the presses, writes Jay Prynne.

3 December 2008

Eye 70 covers on press!

Eye 70 covers on press!

the production department

Eye no. 70 is on the way,with features about ‘digital craft’, DixonBaxi, theatre programmes and the importance of ‘making it real’. Here’s Jay’s snap of the covers on press at Beacon, above.

1 December 2008

Sticky fingers

Sticky fingers

brand madness

Brand madness or closure? The Eye parcel tapes have arrived
The rolls of Eye parcel tape have arrived, looking almost Christmassy.

28 November 2008

MAP/making’s acid test

MAP/making’s acid test

john l. walters

Music, art and performance in action at the Royal College
What is it about the last Thursday in November in London, asks John L. Walters? There were at least half a dozen events competing for our attention: Sanky doing a D&AD lecture; the launch of the AR’s Emerging Architecture at RIBA; Jost Hochuli at St Bride; the ‘Deface Value’ view at Mutate Britain; and so on . . . The one I opted for was a specially commissioned presentation of live audio-visual work at the Upper Gulbenkian Gallery at the Royal College of Art.
 
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