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Stamped in the memory

Stamped in the memory

Andrew Robertson

The Gentle Author’s book about East London print and envelope specialists the Baddeley Brothers…

 
Face in the crowd

Face in the crowd

Andrew Robertson

Amid the rush of modern gadgetry, Kuchar Swara’s Sekford watches stand out because they are…

 
Killing joke at the expense of history

Killing joke at the expense of history

John-Patrick Hartnett

Swissted’s typographic homages turn Modernist design history into hollow commodities for a new ‘blank…

 
London Letters

London Letters

John L. Walters, Eye editors

Philip Sayer photographs lettering on the streets of London in this alphabetical compendium

 
Colouring in the city

Colouring in the city

John L. Walters

Camille Walala’s exuberant, colourful designs for the Splice Post building bring warmth and vitality to…

 
Counter intuition

Counter intuition

Cyrus Highsmith

A short type design course will never turn you into a type designer. But it may make you a better…

 
Beyond Latin

Beyond Latin

Gerry Leonidas , John Hudson, Neelakash Kshetrimayum, Kamal Mansour, Pascal Zoghbi, Eye critics

As digital tools liberate type design from arcane limitations, more people become free to communicate…

 
Four seasons

Four seasons

Sarah Snaith

Micha Weidmann’s art direction for a cookbook by London chef Ollie Dabbous, with photographs by Joakim…

 
James Mosley: A life in objects

James Mosley: A life in objects

Paul Barnes

Through his ideas, collecting and dogged research, the former St Bride librarian has shown that printing…

 
Moscow by type

Moscow by type

Kat Phan

For the underground railway of Russia’s capital, wayfinding experts City ID commissioned A2-Type to make…

 
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