Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
Critique is the regular Eye column by Rick Poynor.
The stroboscopic credits of Noé’s movie suck the viewer into an immersive maelstrom of lettering
Emigre’s latest type catalogue uses historical sources to display wildly varied fonts with rollicking…
Graphic designer Romek Marber bears witness to one of the great crimes of the past century
This collection of short COI films is full of fascinating details, but short on context
Is there is a graphic mismatch between Poundland’s presentation and its ambitions?
SpaceCollective’s innovative website, at once lucid and intoxicating, adds substance to techno-hippie…
Rochester Institute of Technology opens its American design archive to the online world
Challenged to design a poster celebrating London, British designers show mostly how little they care for…
Rick Poynor examines Mono-Kultur, a smart and ‘exquisitely scaled’ independent publication
By incorporating reportage of Russia’s Afghan war, this hybrid takes the graphic novel and…
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