We’re in bras, lamps and breakfast cereal

Paul J. Nini

Today’s corporation is very different from its predecessors. But the identities devised by designers are…


Mysterious absence at the cutting edge

Britain has many design stars and most of them are men. Yet very few young women want to be seen as…



J.J. King

Everyone's gone to the movies


The univernacular rules


Jessica Helfand

Contradiction and comformity



Design history

Jason Smith

Type designer Jason Smith takes an appreciative look at the shapely curves of Eric Gill’s erotic…


Because they’re big


Jessica Helfand

As big businesses get bigger and broader and more ubiquitous, their vision often becomes remarkably…



Modernity and tradition

Phil Baines

Modernism tried to break with the past; traditionalists embrace it. But any kind of ism is fated to become…


Imperialism by another name?

Steve Rigley

India’s designers need to compete globally, but Western-style professionalisation could threaten the…


Editorial Eye 49

John L. Walters

There is a moment in Adrian Shaughnessy’s profile of Angela Lorenz where the latter…

The end of the line

Jamie Hobson

By favouring drawing over communication in the selection of students, graphic design education is missing…

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