Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
Does a small book from nearly 30 years ago encapsulate a ‘golden age’?
Ken Garland recalls the late British designer and editor who died earlier this year
Macromedia Director 5 is much improved, but still not quite the ultimate all-in-one toolset
Peter Greenaway’s new film, The Pillow Book, is his most sophisticated essay in graphic cinema
As an exemplary rational design programme, the road signs of Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert demand…
One of type design’s young stars talks about his new company and the pressures of early success.
Tomato are a group of friends, a physical space somewhere in Soho, a multimedia workshop, descendents of…
A slave ship diagram is used as a symbol for the Black diaspora
A sprinkling of icons may make for a pretty interface, but many of them are opaque and meaningless
Julie Ault, Martin Beck
Sister Corita Kent’s freewheeling assemblages of text and image provide a new perspective on the 1960s…
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