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 MySpace phenomenon makes graphic expression as simple as swapping photos or keeping a diary
Beer labels promise authenticity and reliability. But what about taste?
Are installations the new billboards? Or the twinkling face of corporate propaganda?
It's designed to shock, but Amnesty's arms trade ad is weak compared to Lord of War's brilliant titles
A website about Alvin Lustig pioneers the presentation of design history for the click-and-search…
With talk of ‘pimping brands’, the ADC’s new campaign makes design look dumber than ever
The Guardian’s new Eyewitness page uses single images on a central spread for maximum impact
Collage artist Graham Rawle has created a gripping and surreal novel entirely from words and phrases cut…
Chris Cunningham’s new film is a stomach-churning diversion from our digitally finessed world
The graphic sensibility of film-maker Geoffrey Jones
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