Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
‘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’
Long undervalued as a poor relation of art and design, craft is central once more. Essay by David Crow
‘People can rely on one trick if they use a computer. Once you make that trick, you just press a button…
Mazier Raein, James Souttar
This seventeenth-century book is a layered fugue for chemistry, music, words and pictures: rich…
It is time to think again about design’s social function and the way it is determined by our culture.
The myth of genius – which promotes the artist as a lone, (even mad) pioneer – emerged when craftsmen…
‘I think it is one of the paradoxical conditions of design authorship, that you have to be both producer…
R. Crumb’s portraits reveal a tender side to the self-confessed misogynist
Designers and critics alike reject style as shallow and meaningless. But they overlook the complex ways…
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