Face lift: new cuts at The Times

Phil Baines

When technological developments at The Times demanded a change in the newspaper’s typography, a brand…

Day-Glo mind blow

Day-Glo mind blow

Julia Bigham

Psychedelia hit late 1960s London in an explosion of silk-screen colour


Cultural chameleon

Deborah Burnstone

The German publication Shift! takes familiar signs from the world of image consumption and reconfigures…


Reputations: Bruno Monguzzi

Valentina Boffa

In the first of Eye’s interviews with designers of renown, we talk to the Swiss typographer about…


Design in the age of digital reproduction

William Owen

‘Multimedia’ may well be one of the most overused words of the 1990s. What does it mean for designers…


Look inward: graphic design in Australia

Rick Poynor

Is Australia’s global cultural impact reflected in its graphic design?

Love of lexicons

Love of lexicons

Rick Poynor

The dictionary framework allows readers to find random nuggets of information, forging connections that…


The idea is the machine

Abbott Miller

Style is addictive, While structure comes from within, generating form from the inside out

Looking for clues

Looking for clues

Rick Poynor

Notebook in hand, Paul Davis works like a journalist, trying to figure out what makes us tick


Daily Mirror

Eye editors

In the hands of Dieter Rot, the British newspaper was transformed into a striking artist’s book

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