Review

 

El Lissitzky’s divine parable

Barbara Greisman

Had Gadya is the song that is sung at the end of an intimate family meal – a Seder –…
 

All the flat boys

John L. Walters

Michelle Cotton’s book, produced to accompany a Cubitt Gallery touring exhibition (see…
 

Tall and tan and young and cryptic

Emmet Byrne

The cover of Chico Buarque de Hollanda, one of 139 such LP covers collected in Bossa Nova…
 

Space to think, however untidy

John O’Reilly

The catalogue entry for this book shows the cover with a subtitle – ‘Emblem and Void’ –…
 

The book design complex

John L. Walters

The annual one-day conference at St Bride Library in Bride Lane (off Fleet Street) has…
 

Cool as a Muji candle in the snow

David Barringer

Quiet, patient and smart, Kenya Hara sets his bold ideas in a cool landscape, like…
 

Moving imagemakers: dig the new breed

Andrew Robertson

The emerging generation of motion graphics designers, VJs and digital directors is well…
 

You may not want to hear

David Heathcote

Bruce Nauman’s work famously defies easy categorisation. So writers who attempt to…
 

Architectural fallout

Catherine Slessor

In the centre of the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana is a big new office block dedicated…
 

The sweet green grass of code

Tom Hartshorn

Form+Code is an interesting addition to Princeton Architectural Press’s ‘Design Briefs’…
 
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