Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
Can classic, remastered fonts retain the spirit of the ‘authentic’ original?
The visual candour of Wallace Berman’s hand-bound Semina magazine links 1950s hipster art with…
Eye reassesses the legacy of Edward Wright: designer, teacher, artist and “culture-carrier”
The back-stories, informed by trends, cults, philosophies and nationhood
Screenprints gave both activists and artists a means of direct expression
R. Roger Remington
Photomontage allowed Lester Beall to unite art, photography, typography and painting with revolutionary…
or: how graphic designer Pablo Ferro learned to split the screen, cut the crap and tell the story (in the…
John L. Walters, Nick Bell
‘It’s to do with keeping things simple and having the confidence to present an idea where everything…
How Studio Dumbar propelled the PTT into the present
No printing method is too basic for Jake Tilson. Created with photocopiers, his books, magazines and…
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