Review

 

The myth-maker of LA

David Heathcote

The first time I visited Los Angeles I bought a book called Twentysix Abandoned Gasoline…
 

Ken Garland’s life in politics

Eric Kindel

“In youth, we clothe ourselves with rainbows, and go as brave as the zodiac.” With…
 

Glaser’s genial self-portrait

Rick Poynor

I know I’m not alone when I say that Milton Glaser was the first graphic designer I could…
 
Iron curtain Vegas

Iron curtain Vegas

Robert Hanks

In the mind’s eye, the Eastern Europe of the cold war is painted with a grey wash…
 
Boy’s Own inventions

Boy’s Own inventions

Steven Heller

American Heritage, a hardcover quarterly, was my favourite magazine in the 960s for…
 

Logos without words

Garech Stone

Despite the soft cover, this book by Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman is anything but…
 

Stripped for action

David Thompson

To my knowledge, this is the first cross-media anthology of gay comic art and…
 

Endangered species

Christopher Brawn

Piet Gerards is a craftsman. You can’t fail to notice this from the moment you pick up…
 

Mixed doubles

Jane Cheng

Apprenticed first as a hoodlum graffiti artist, then as a calligrapher and graphic…
 

Maira to the max

Martin Soames

The illustrative art of Maira Kalman (see Reputations, Eye 47) has a special place in…
 
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