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Attitudinal angle

Attitudinal angle

John-Patrick Hartnett

We live in an ‘extraordinarily turbulent, often perilous time when we face changes of…
 
Anglo-Saxon latitudes

Anglo-Saxon latitudes

John L. Walters

The London transport maps designed by MacDonald (Max) Gill can be regarded as sitting…
 
Rational, exuberant, eclectic

Rational, exuberant, eclectic

Sébastien Morlighem

In a section of his final book, Vision in Motion (1947), László Moholy-Nagy describes…
 
Instant gratification

Instant gratification

Ed Park

The Polaroid Project is a well produced, large-format hardback, with informative…
 
From cover to cover

From cover to cover

Steven Heller

Originally used to protect book bindings, dust jackets were often discarded before a…
 
The art of small moments

The art of small moments

John L. Walters

To call Chris Ware a genius seems obvious, banal, almost. So much praise has been…
 
Don’t judge a book by its title

Don’t judge a book by its title

Paul Shaw

Never judge a book by its title. If I had done that, I would never have opened Never…
 
Time and type

Time and type

Jan Middendorp

One of the privileges that comes with being a typography and graphic design buff in…
 
Party people

Party people

Jon Gray

‘Made In North Korea’ (House of Illustration, London, 26 March–13 May 2018) is a…
 
Relics of a vanished world

Relics of a vanished world

Jane Lamacraft

‘It’s all about nostalgia now,’ writes Malcolm Garrett in his introduction to…
 
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