Review: Reviews

 

Beyond the gimmick age?

SVK is the first comic published by London design studio BERG (best known for their…
 

Formal richness for the tablet age

Open the Pages interface on an iPad and look at the menu bars: the tab stops are in a…
 

The mystery of frozen locomotion

This exhibition explores the static, two-dimensional representation of movement. In the…
 

Studio scrutiny

Web 2.0 has done strange things to graphic design. It has rapidly popularised the…
 
Off the shelf

Off the shelf

Jonny Trunk is obsessed by the childhood memory of a cornflake box seen on family…
 
Consequences for the comic artist

Consequences for the comic artist

Nelson is, according to Rob Davis’s introduction, ‘a testament to what comics truly…
 

Gnomic utterances

There is nothing new about artist’s books composed from pieced together, ironically…
 

Product design: secular religion or useful hobby?

Encouraged, no doubt, by the well deserved success of his first documentary, Helvetica
 

Brodovitch’s encore

In 1945, the small New York publisher J. J. Augustin published, in an edition of just 500…
 

History repeats itself

Just when you thought the graphic design history market couldn’t be any more saturated –…
 
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