Photography

20 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Stamps

Just Add Stock winner, Stamps

Lest We Forget – Hat-trick Design's stamp series for Royal Mail
Combining a Remembrance Day poppy with a photograph of the Somme battlefields, Hat-trick’s clever use of stock was the undisputed winner of the Stamps category.

16 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Reports

Just Add Stock winner, Reports

the awards department

Zerofee’s Bondage for Freedom – the Angola 3 broadsheet
In terms of entries received, the reports and brochures category of the Just Add Stock awards was one of the most popular. Much of the work was deemed to be unimaginative or timid by our panel of judges, but among the stronger entries there was a clear winner: London based studio Zerofee for their Angola 3 broadsheet, centred around the incarceration of three Black Panthers.

13 October 2009

Just Add Stock joint winner, Music

Just Add Stock joint winner, Music

the awards department

Mat Maitland’s ‘collage warrior’ cover for Basement Jaxx
Not just content with winning Just Add Stock’s Identity category, Matt Maitland also came in as joint winner in our music category, for his strong work on this cover for the Basement Jaxx release Raindrops.

8 October 2009

Just Add Stock joint winner, Music

Just Add Stock joint winner, Music

dan wilkinson, the awards department

Cover for Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, by Untitled
Entries for the Just Add Stock music category were strong and plentiful, leading to two joint (and very different) winners, the first being this double CD release of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos (cover above), from London design practice Untitled.

7 October 2009

It’s an Issuu

It’s an Issuu

the marketing department

Another way to get an idea of the real, printed, physical Eye before you buy
   

7 October 2009

Framing the evidence of war

Framing the evidence of war

rick poynor

An ambitious hybrid combines graphic novel with photojournalism.
If a book like The Photographer already exists (cover pictured above), I have certainly never seen it, writes Rick Poynor. This three-way collaboration between the late French photographer Didier Lefèvre, graphic novelist Emmanuel Guibert and graphic designer Frédéric Lemercier is a breathtakingly

6 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Books

Just Add Stock winner, Books

dan wilkinson, the awards department

Henry Sene Yee’s minimalist cover for Dave Cullen’s Columbine
The book category in Eye’s Just Add Stock awards attracted more entries than any other, but our judges were quick to dispense with the more formulaic and generic designs, and focused on a strong shortlist.

1 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Identity

Just Add Stock winner, Identity

the awards department

Mat Maitland’s collages for Liverpool Biennial Campaign win Eye award
Mat Maitland took two titles in Eye’s new Just Add Stock awards; he won the identity category outright, and he’s a joint winner in the music category, alongside Untitled (more about the music category in a later post). You can read more about our Just Add Stock awards in the Eye 73, the Autumn issue, out now.

27 September 2009

Neon lights

Neon lights

sebastian schmidt-tomczak

A review of ‘Cold War Neons’, the final show at Glasgow’s Lighthouse
Curation is a highly context-sensitive undertaking, writes Sebastian Schmidt-Tomczak. Though Glasgow’s Lighthouse is about to close, the building is still open – with a distinct lack of activity on the lower floors. Yet the escalator journey to the top is rewarding: ‘Cold War Neons’, an exhibition of Warsaw’s neonisation programme of the 1960s and 70s is a delightful curatorial achievement.

25 September 2009

‘G’ is for …

‘G’ is for …

More from the febrile brain of Mr Edwards and his Crap Book
‘G’ is for Goons, Gemini, Gestalt, Gesamtkunstwerk and …  glasses. Another gem from Mr Edwards’ Crap Book.
 
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