Graphic Design

24 May 2009

TypoBerlin Day Two

TypoBerlin Day Two

jan middendorp

Another Jan Middendorp Eye report – Ale, Angel, Adam, John and Chip
TypoBerlin Day Two As TypoBerlin 2009 is getting ready for its third and last day, your correspondent reviews day two and marvels at the sheer diversity of what was has been on offer so far. Friday was a day of extremes, writes Jan Middendorp.

22 May 2009

TypoBerlin Day One

TypoBerlin Day One

jan middendorp

Jan Middendorp blogs for Eye – direct from the ‘pregnant oyster’
The venue is fantastic. Dubbed ‘the pregnant oyster’, the Kongresshalle was a gift from the Americans to (West) Berlin, built in 1956 under the direction of architect Hugh Stubbins. Having collapsed under the optimism of its construction in 1980, it was rebuilt in subsequent years and became the ‘Haus der Kulturen der Welt’, the House of World Cultures.

21 May 2009

Offset 2009

Offset 2009

linda king

Why Dublin? Why now (well, November)? Why not?
The scale and ambition of Offset, a three-day ‘creative’ conference, is impressive by any standards, writes Linda King. Massimo and Lella Vignelli, Dave McKean, Chip Kidd, Pentagram, Graphic Thought Facility and Experimental Jetset are all confirmed speakers.

20 May 2009

Take it from the Top (Applications)

Take it from the Top (Applications)

the paper department

Only a few weeks left to enter printed work for the Fedrigoni Awards
There are just three weeks left to enter your printed work for Fedrigoni’s curiously named ‘Top Applications Award’ 2009. Any project that uses Fedrigoni’s wide range of papers – from packaging to litho and digital print – is eligible to enter. The competition honours everybody involved in the process: clients, printers and designers. The jury includes Eye art director Simon Esterson and Fernando Gutierrez (see Eye no. 36 vol. 9).

18 May 2009

Tolerate this, and your school’s next

Tolerate this, and your school’s next

will holder

Designers deplore plans to sever the Rietveld Academy from its building
Today (18 May, 2009) marks the 42nd birthday of the Rietveld building for the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. Yet this anniversary is overshadowed by changes planned for the institution that have only just been revealed to staff and students there. Here designer Will Holder, who has taught there for seven years, explains the situation.

15 May 2009

Kim Hiorthøy strikes again

Kim Hiorthøy strikes again

john l. walters

Cult Norwegian music label produces graphic design monograph (with CDs)
Is the new artefact from Norwegian record label Rune Grammofon a double CD with extended artwork, asks John L. Walters, or a graphic design monograph with a side order of music?

13 May 2009

OFFF goes to Lisbon

OFFF goes to Lisbon

john davey

Born entertainers . . . the living legends of print and pixel
The OFFF festival celebrates its tenth birthday next year. Until last year, it was held in Barcelona, but it has moved to Lisbon for the latest (ninth) event, which took place at the end of last week, reports John Davey.

8 May 2009

Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor

jessica jenkins

Re: Reputations of poacher-turned-brandkeeper Ian Anderson and TDR
From Jessica Jenkins Trick or treat? Ian Anderson’s masterstroke of dissolving The Designers Republic and reinventing it as . . . The Designers Republic had the design press falling over themselves.

6 May 2009

Anne Harild’s animations

Anne Harild’s animations

the moving picture department

Urgent dispatches from an unsettling, illustrated future
Danish artist Anne Harild is nominally an illustrator (who studied at the University of the Arts London and at the Royal College of Art), yet her work challenges many interpretations of the term.

1 May 2009

The canon, aimed at your back

The canon, aimed at your back

rick poynor

An exclusive, Web-only Critique by Rick Poynor for the Eye site and blog
Critique, written exclusively for eyemagazine.com and blog.eyemagazine.com This column has never addressed the subject of T-shirts, but we make an exception with the arrival of the Graphic Design Heroes series designed by GenPrag, alias graphic design professor Paul Nini of Ohio State University.
 
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