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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.

19 May 2009

Barry Fantoni’s London show

Barry Fantoni’s London show

liz farrelly

Last chance to scratch the surface of a Sixties satirist
It’s your last chance to catch a small, perfectly formed exhibition of work by Barry Fantoni, featuring his career highlights from the past 50 years, writes Liz Farrelly

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?

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.

29 April 2009

Q&A with Daniel Eatock

Q&A with Daniel Eatock

q&a

I used to think ‘canon’ was the same as ‘cannon’, and it could kill you
Online exclusive. For other interviews on the theme of 'Who needs design history?' see Eye 68 on the Eye site.

16 April 2009

Golden age of type blogs 2

Golden age of type blogs 2

the type department

Ten more to argue about in those precious spare moments
Many of you have already told us what you thought about our choice of the top ten typographic blogs. And some of you complained, in the politest way possible, about the ones that weren’t mentioned.

14 April 2009

Drawn to be wilder

Drawn to be wilder

rian hughes

Rian Hughes explores magazine hand-lettering in the latest issue of Eye
Custom type was not an occasional indulgent art in the pre-digital dark ages, it was the norm, says Rian Hughes in ‘Drawn to be wild’ (Eye no. 71 vol. 18).

2 April 2009

The Form of the Book 5

The Form of the Book 5

derek birdsall

Dracula, blood-red prints of darkness (with dedicated typefaces)
John Morgan’s meticulous reading of Dracula, Bram Stoker’s classic and complex ‘novel’ (originally published in 1897) results in a golden, golden-section edition, writes Derek Birdsall. As one of the characters repeatedly refers to the (then) modern invention of the typewriter, Morgan has set Mina Harker’s journal entries in a quirky version of typewriter type (Remington, of course!).

31 March 2009

Type, Metahaven and TDR

Type, Metahaven and TDR

the promotion department

Get your hands on a copy of Eye 71. Plus Type Week on the blog
The new issue of Eye 71 is out. And to celebrate, we are having our first-ever Type Week on the blog. Watch this space for blogs about typography books, typefaces, new technology and extracts from Eye 71.
 
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