Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
The design of The New Yorker has nearly always taken the approach that ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix…
Cranbrook’s song and dance man goes back to college with a bang
Eduardo Paolozzi’s collage ‘novel’ Kex, made in 1966, has renewed resonance in the 1990s
How corporate designers turn routine annual reports into epic narratives of business triumph
After Cranbrook: Katherine McCoy on the way ahead
Irma Boom’s work is lucid yet challenging. It upsets her colleagues, while pleasing her clients.
The bleak reality of sexism, however 1970s, or ‘cool’, demands a critique
The old manufacturing companies that dominated typeface production through most of this century have…
‘You develop a visual style as you would a handwriting one … The content is what you concentrate on’
The rhetoric of hate provides ‘a new kind of meaning’
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