New Media

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.

30 April 2009

Beyond ‘VJ culture’

Beyond ‘VJ culture’

john l. walters

Chris Allen’s Light Surgeons have become a serious operation
Christopher Thomas Allen, founder and longest-serving member of the Light Surgeons, gets uneasy when people describe his audiovisual co-operative as the ‘pioneers of VJ culture’.

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.

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.

20 February 2009

In passing: Obit

In passing: Obit

rick poynor

An exclusive, Web-only Critique by Rick Poynor for the Eye site and blog
This American blog-mag reminds us that obituaries are about lives lived. At a certain point in your life, you find yourself drawn to obituaries, writes Rick Poynor. Your own departure, once so far away and impossible seeming, is now a racing certainty. You are more than half way through and people who were middle-aged when you were young – actors, politicians, TV personalities – are showing up in the obituary pages with sobering regularity.

16 February 2009

Video game obsession

Video game obsession

aporva baxi

Aporva Baxi’s expanding collection of Nintendo’s Game & Watch
Remember these? A lot of people that I know seem to have had one, or remember being envious of a school kid who had one, writes Aporva Baxi. Typically, it would be Donkey Kong or Mario Bros. (the most popular). Made by Nintendo, the video-game company currently best known for the Wii and DS

16 January 2009

Us Now documentary

Us Now documentary

kate andrews

Ivo Gormley’s film looks at the political potential of social media
When my mother signed up to Facebook, something extraordinary went through my mind, writes Kate Andrews. What would happen if everybody was part of the same online portal? If boundaries of gender, age, race, religion and culture became void? Questions asked by Us Now, a new film directed by social anthropologist / filmmaker Ivo Gormley.

15 January 2009

DixonBaxi rebrands a TV station

DixonBaxi rebrands a TV station

the video department

Video ‘brand burst’ examples from the article in Eye no. 70
Here, thanks to the joys of embedded links, are some of the ‘brand burst’ animations mentioned in ‘Power of two’, our feature about DixonBaxi (Eye no. 70 vol 18).
 
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