Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
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
Pearce Marchbank’s covers added an editorial edge to a listings magazine
The old manufacturing companies that dominated typeface production through most of this century have…
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…
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