Review

 
Big up!

Big up!

Ian Wright

Here’s the book we have been waiting for – a mighty tome celebrating the work of one…
 
In praise of infrastructure: BR’s corporate identity manual is resurrected

In praise of infrastructure: BR’s corporate identity manual is resurrected

Andrew Robertson

The British Rail Corporate Identity Manual was a labour of love for Wallace Henning…
 
Activism follows anger

Activism follows anger

Monika Parrinder

How do you channel anger into effective activism? This question remains urgent in an…
 
Design culture with constraints

Design culture with constraints

Rose Epple

Until recently, everyday commercial graphic design from East Germany was largely…
 
‘Because, history’

‘Because, history’

John L. Walters

Despite its name, Typo Berlin, founded in 1996, has never been solely dedicated to…
 
The book of Michael

The book of Michael

Simon Esterson

It is a pleasure to read a book that is honest, accessible and direct about life as a…
 
Thesis & antithesis & synthesis (& EJ)

Thesis & antithesis & synthesis (& EJ)

John-Patrick Hartnett

There are few high-profile ‘traditional’ graphic design studios whose members discuss…
 
The unsung stencil master

The unsung stencil master

Paul Shaw

W. A. Dwiggins (1880-1956), the US designer best known for his typefaces Metro…
 
Automonography

Automonography

Nick Bell

Abbott Miller’s book tells the story of a life in design: starting out – as his wife…
 
When the camera nearly always lies

When the camera nearly always lies

Sarah Snaith

The Tate Modern’s ‘Performing for the Camera’ began with Yves Klein’s famous Leap…
 
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