Daniel Nadel

Recent articles by Daniel Nadel

A life in museum pieces [EXTRACT]

Issue 49, Autumn 2003

Review

Peter Saville, we are told, is a legend. He wears dressing gowns during…

The book as sculpture

Issue 49, Autumn 2003

Review

Irma Boom makes books that are nearly sculptural objects before they are…

The look of young Japan

Issue 48, Summer 2003

Review

The title of this doorstop-sized tome says a lot about Japanese design all by…

Losing its flavour

Issue 47, Spring 2003

Review

The ultimate in cheesy designer excess . . .…

Bob rethinks the graphic novel

Issue 47, Spring 2003

Review

This graphic novel is one of the few, if not the only, recent American works of…

What do you do with 300,000 posters?

Issue 45, Autumn 2002

Review

The Museum für Gestaltung Zürich has solved the difficult ‘what do we do with our…

Krazy Kat

Issue 44, Summer 2002

Review

Krazy Kat, the finest comic strip ever drawn, has an unfortunate reprint history…

The rules of the game

Issue 58, Winter 2005

Feature

For George Hardie, illustration is a problem-solving process: collecting looking and drawing with…

The book as dark, musty gallery

Issue 44, Summer 2002

Review

Graphic designer Carin Goldberg’s first book is a catalogue. Though at first…

Air-sickness bags (text in full)

Issue 45, Autumn 2002

Feature

Air-sickness bags. Collected and appreciated by Helene Silverman (as told to Dan Nadel).

Y’ know cool stuff (extract)

Issue 47, Spring 2003

Feature


New US work featuring Alife, Dalek, Huntergatherer, Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Geoff…

In my honey’s loving arms

Issue 48, Summer 2003

Feature

R. Crumb’s portraits reveal a tender side to the self-confessed misogynist

Chewing it over: issues of style and content

Issue 49, Autumn 2003

Opinion

Agenda [EXTRACT]In the spring issue of Eye (no. 47 vol. 12) I wrote a particularly…