Review: June 2015

 
Elegantly nerdish

Elegantly nerdish

Robert Hanks

Cuneiform (the name means ‘wedge-shaped’) was, as far as these things can be…
 
A Roman legacy

A Roman legacy

James Clough

The Eternal Letter is the first in a series of books dedicated to letterforms to grow…
 
Master of the minimal

Master of the minimal

Michael Evamy

When did logos begin? The wordmarks and symbols of Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s…
 
California is a state of mind

California is a state of mind

Abbott Miller

Rendered, on the cover of Metropolis’s American edition, in iridescent foil and set…
 
Learning from Ladybird

Learning from Ladybird

Clare Walters

For any member of the generations who grew up with Ladybird Books, the mini-hardback…
 
A man of high purpose

A man of high purpose

Margaret Timmers

Drawn from the magnificent archive of the artist’s family, this engaging centenary…
 
One image, many photos

One image, many photos

Val Williams

Near the beginning of Magnum Contact Sheets there is a photograph by Susan Meiselas…
 
Trust me, I’m a photographer

Trust me, I’m a photographer

Rick Poynor

I’m familiar with Joan Fontcuberta’s work, so I should have known better. The Spanish…
 
A studio sensation

A studio sensation

Wayne Ford

In 1930, a 24-year-old German, Horst P. Horst (born Horst Paul Albert Bohrmann)…
 
Package tour

Package tour

Andrew Missingham

The move to digital music and the growth of e-books have transformed both the music…
 
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