Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
Design history, Critique / Photography
Canongate has reissued John Berger and Jean Mohr’s A Fortunate Man, about Gloucestershire doctor John…
The stroboscopic credits of Noé’s movie suck the viewer into an immersive maelstrom of lettering.…
Formulaic, modular approaches threaten the chemistry of the master-apprentice model.
Design history, Inspiration
Designer Simon Esterson finds inspiration in Ken Briggs’s National Theatre programmes from the 1960s
Penguin uses design to revitalise its back catalogue with Great Ideas and a revived Reference Library
Website choreography lets characters sing, dance and roll over, but you can learn several lessons from…
Reason, sense and high-tech at the FUSE98 conference
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