Magazines

24 February 2012

European design. Still exploring?

European design. Still exploring?

demetrios fakinos, the awards department

A conversation with ED-Awards founder Demetrios Fakinos
Athens-based EDA founder Demetrios Fakinos speaks to Eye magazine about an emerging ‘new Europe’, humanism and what makes the European Design Awards so different … so appealing.

22 February 2012

Noted #31

Noted #31

noted

Fun with ASCII, Malcolm X, media moans, Rock Paper Scissors & Sayer
Here are a few sites, pictures and articles that have caught our attention recently.

17 February 2012

Making Magazines 2012, 16 March

Making Magazines 2012, 16 March

the events department

Magaholics’ field day spans print, digital, indie, mainstream …
Exactly four weeks from today there will be a one-day magazine conference at St Bride Library in London, organised by Jeremy Leslie (of magCulture) and our own Simon Esterson.

10 February 2012

A bigger splash

A bigger splash

100 Years of Swiss Graphic Design at Museum für Gestaltung Zürich
A major exhibition opens today at the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich: ‘100 Years of Swiss Graphic Design’.

6 February 2012

Noted #29

Noted #29

Faceless fashion; art supplies; speed Koyaanisqatsi; when John met Tyler
A few links to sites, images and texts that have caught our attention over the past week or so.

5 February 2012

Scarcity and silence: Amc2

Scarcity and silence: Amc2

rick poynor

Image collisions that make a bracing change from the unstoppable flow.
Our insatiable hunger for images is a peculiar thing, writes Rick Poynor in his latest Web-only Critique. We can never have enough of them. We progress urgently to the next meal without having fully digested the last. How much can you eat?

16 January 2012

Noted #26

Noted #26

noted

Animated gifs, more awards madness, movie posters and a Kiwi in Brooklyn
Here are a few links to sites, articles and videos that grabbed our attention over the past week.

4 January 2012

Savagery beneath the skin

Savagery beneath the skin

derek brazell

Ronald Searle, British illustrator,3 March 1920 to 30 December 2011
Everyone has a way into the work of Ronald Searle, writes Derek Brazell, whether it’s through the devastating visual critiques of his political cartoons for French newspaper Le Monde through the 1990s and 2000s, or the wicked humour that bursts from the dangerous-to-know schoolgirls of St Trinian’s.

29 December 2011

Noted #24

Noted #24

noted

Social highways, a log, visualisation, book dedications & paper ephemera
More links to sites and articles that caught our attention in recent days. 

19 December 2011

Noted #23

Noted #23

noted

Leiter’s fragments, animation, covers, ephemera and ‘comical’ wordmarks
Here are a few links to sites, articles and a video that grabbed our attention this week.
 
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