Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
In Syria and Beirut, craftsmen make inexpensive devotional images for the workplace and home
Max Bittrof was one of the leading German designers of the 1920s. Unlike many exponents of the New…
The best-loved children’s stories are for adults too. Five American illustrators push at the boundaries…
Video packaging is an area of graphics both marginal and ubiquitous. Who decides how it looks?
Designers used to stand for beauty and order. Now beauty is passé and ugliness is smart. How did we get…
For the first in a new series, Eye revisits Richard Hollis’s innovatory design for a book on the French…
Robert Brownjohn wanted to eliminate the boundaries between experience and design. In an explosively…
‘My work is like a quarry. People see a stone they like, appropriate it and work it until there’s…
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