Typography

6 October 2010

Marian Bantjes at St Bride. ‘Curiosity … is the key to the fantastic’ – a night of stars and (I) Won

Marian Bantjes at St Bride. ‘Curiosity … is the key to the fantastic’ – a night of stars and (I) Won

the form of the book

‘Curiosity … is the key to the fantastic’ – a night of stars and (I) Wonder
Last night Marian Bantjes captivated a sold-out audience for her talk at St Bride Library. It was the first time she has spoken in detail about her new book I Wonder (Thames & Hudson, £19.95),  just published.

16 September 2010

Gastrotypographicalassemblage

Gastrotypographicalassemblage

jay prynne

The Designs of Lou Dorfsman celebrated at Kemistry Gallery
Kemistry Gallery is celebrating the work of legendary designer Lou Dorfsman, art director for the CBS network in a new exhibition opening with a private view tonight from 6pm.

8 September 2010

Paint the city clean

Paint the city clean

julie fairless

Officially sanctioned street art on the thoroughfares of Bangalore
Change is written on the walls of urban India – and nowhere is this more pronounced than in the IT capital of Bengaluru (aka Bangalore), writes Julie Fairless.

29 August 2010

Brief. En. Counter

Brief. En. Counter

john l. walters

#graphicdesignmovies and Twitter’s chronicles of wasted time
Most of the Earth’s 6.79bn inhabitants know nothing of Twitter, but for those of us with accounts, it’s a dangerously addictive time-waster – a kind of interactive daytime TV.

24 August 2010

A quick burst of sound

A quick burst of sound

emily king

Zurich this autumn: the typographic music of posters made of letters
‘Writing is Drawing is Writing’ is a declaration by the late graphic designer Alan Fletcher, a man whose hand formed words and images with seamless skill, writes Emily King.

19 August 2010

Eyes and ears

Eyes and ears

the music department

A rare glimpse of the art and craft behind ECM’s visual identity
Adrian Shaughnessy’s article ‘One man brand’ in Eye 76, the Music design special issue, is about the graphic design and identity of Manfred Eicher’s music label ECM. (Spreads below – full article on the Eye website.)

11 August 2010

Comic serif

Comic serif

the picture department

How Punch magazine turned table talk into cartoons and typography
The British Library have just published a book that explores the inner world of Victorian comic magazine Punch. The Punch Brotherhood, by Patrick Leary, examines the importance of oral culture (or ‘table talk’) in shaping nineteenth-century print culture.

9 August 2010

Music to treasure

Music to treasure

the music department

Hardformat.org celebrates the visual pleasures associated with listening
For our music design special issue (out now), Eye talked to Hardformat’s Colin Buttimer about the rise and rise of the limited edition release (see ‘Pack shots’ in Eye 76).

26 July 2010

Singing type

Singing type

yves peters

Song lyrics brought to (visual) life by typography and design
The TypoLyrics section in the German typography magazine Slanted is an experiment in bringing together song texts and typography, writes Yves Peters. Slanted has turned this popular section into a book featuring 170 new contributions.

23 July 2010

So it goes

So it goes

the events department

The fourth dimension (in 3D) at Marsden Woo Gallery this month

‘‘There is No Why’, Alida Sayer’s current show (Marsden Woo Gallery, ends 31 July) takes its title from a line in Kurt…

 
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