Photography

10 November 2009

Male-gazing in NZ, Russia and NYC

Male-gazing in NZ, Russia and NYC

lynne ciochetto

Lynn Ciochetto on the creation of new needs and markets
Much advertising in the past has been about creating new needs and taboos that can be met by products, writes Lynne Ciochetto, as I noted in my Eye 59 article ‘Advertising and the globalisation of aspiration’. Throughout most of the twentieth century, the focus has been on the female market.

6 November 2009

‘M’

‘M’

Introducing the mysterious masks of Mr Edwards’ Friday Crap Book
Mumbo-jumbo or mojo rising? It’s Mr Edward’s latest spread.

6 November 2009

Just Add Stock winner, advertising

Just Add Stock winner, advertising

john ridpath, the awards department

Why Not Associates’ stark poster for The End of the Line
It was a tough call, but the Just Add Stock award for Printed advertising went to Why Not Associates. Their winning entry was a poster for Rupert Murray’s The End Of The Line, a documentary exposing the devastating effect of overfishing on the world’s oceans.

5 November 2009

Wall to wall

Wall to wall

liz farrelly

Millennium Print Collection at Brighton’s Crane Kalman gallery
Founded in 1998 by photographer and lecturer Jason Shenai, Millennium Images offers more than 20,000 contemporary photographic images for use by the publishing industry, writes Liz Farrelly.

4 November 2009

Timeless in Lisbon

Timeless in Lisbon

Linda and Fabien show us their ‘Timeless’ snapshots from Experimenta
Linda Brothwell and Fabien Cappello were among the artists selected for the British Council's ‘Timeless’ exhibition at this year's Experimenta Festival in Lisbon, which comes to an end this Sunday (8 November).

1 November 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Magazines

Just Add Stock winner, Magazines

john ridpath, the awards department

Micha Weidmann's cover for the New Statesman’s ‘Monarchy Special’
The striking cover of the New Statesman’s ‘Monarchy Special’ stood out amongst an otherwise strong field of entries. Won over by the cover’s ‘graphic twist’, the judges were impressed with Micha Weidmann's visual take on the issue’s controversial theme: ‘Why Ma’am Must Go’.

30 October 2009

‘L’ is other people

‘L’ is other people

Mr Edwards pines for a long lost London of red Routemasters
London, lungfish, libido and all things ‘L’ on Mr E’s latest contribution.

29 October 2009

The seventh Python

The seventh Python

john l. walters

Storm Thorgerson’s iconic album art at Integrated2009
To designers of a certain vintage, Storm Thorgerson, one of the founders (with Aubrey Powell) of Hipgnosis, is a star, the prog Peter Saville. Yet he’s off many people’s graphic design radar, writes John L. Walters. Which might be the way he likes it, since he claims to know nothing about typography and disdains illustration.

27 October 2009

Just Add Stock winner, Interiors

Just Add Stock winner, Interiors

dan wilkinson, john ridpath, the awards department

TILT’s environmental graphics for Eversheds’ London headquarters
TILT design, Just Add Stock’s Interiors section winner, had very little competition: only two entries were received for this category. But their winning design is a great and daring example of stock use that would clearly hold its own against a much larger pool of entries.

21 October 2009

Image loops

Image loops

lee owens, revenge is sweet

Keeping one step ahead of the stock photo police
In the Eye 69 supplement ‘Brought to Light’, John O’Reilly compared stock imagery to pop music, writes Lee Owens of Revenge is Sweet. In his article ‘Straight to no. 1’ John says: ‘A great commercial stock image is like a three-minute pop song: the best have a simple repetitive emotional intelligence.’
 
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