Feature: Visual Culture

 
London Letters

London Letters

Philip Sayer photographs lettering on the streets of London in this alphabetical compendium

 
Wit, bad taste and loud type

Wit, bad taste and loud type

The photos of legendary graphic designer Robert Brownjohn show an outsider’s view of 1960s London

 
Colouring in the city

Colouring in the city

Camille Walala’s exuberant, colourful designs for the Splice Post building bring warmth and vitality to…

 
Face in the crowd

Face in the crowd

Amid the rush of modern gadgetry, Kuchar Swara’s Sekford watches stand out because they are…

 
Crowd-sourced wisdom?

Crowd-sourced wisdom?

As Hershey and Airbnb have discovered, the internet has spawned a vast, powerful audience of opinionated…

 
Critical heat on the Aegean coast

Critical heat on the Aegean coast

A workshop in a remote Turkish village gave international students a chance to explore what design can…

 
Dance on the spot

Dance on the spot

Abbott Miller’s iPad contemporary dance apps for the 2wice Arts Foundation – a dynamic coming together…

 
Pay close attention

Pay close attention

Adam Michaels and Prem Krishnamurthy of Project Projects bring deep cultural engagement to every aspect…

 
The hi-res past

The hi-res past

E. M. Ginger’s company 42-line specialises in digital facsimiles of rare books, manuscripts and art.

 
Powered flight

Powered flight

For fifteen years, Pegasus, an international biannual corporate magazine designed by Derek Birdsall, led…

 
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