Blog: Typography

12 November 2008

St Bride Letterpress Day

St Bride Letterpress Day

simon esterson

The twenty-six soldiers of lead are on the march
There were pictures of proofing presses in studios, giant Wharfdales in barns, Heidelberg cylinders in…

11 November 2008

Type, tart cards, T-shirts and crosses

Type, tart cards, T-shirts and crosses

chris unitt

Plus International Design Exhibition in Birmingham
I'd not seen much promotion around the city for the ‘Plus International Design Exhibition’, in…

31 October 2008

Gastrotypographicalassemblage

Gastrotypographicalassemblage

archive

Lou Dorfsman’s mural for the CBS cafeteria, from Eye no. 20 vol. 5
Lou Dorfsman died last week at 90. The Web is full of tributes (old and…

30 October 2008

Q&A with William Hall

Q&A with William Hall

q&a

New technologies haven’t changed the creative process
Another dialogue about the function of graphic design history. Read our Eye 68 Q&A with…

20 October 2008

The Independent: too gaudy for words

The Independent: too gaudy for words

rick poynor

An exclusive, Web-only Critique by Rick Poynor for the Eye blog
I always liked the idea of The Independent and there have been a couple of…

19 October 2008

Q&A with Pedro Inoue

Q&A with Pedro Inoue

q&a

‘Design history is deeply linked with local culture’
Talking about graphic design history. Read our Eye 68 Q&A with Pedro Inoue on the…

15 October 2008

Kyle Cooper

Kyle Cooper

john l. walters

Graphic design and typography go to Hollywood
You have to hand it to Kyle Cooper. The celebrated movie titles designer quickly had…

14 October 2008

On the slab

On the slab

the type department

A hard-working 1970s typeface comes back from the cold
From the type department. Another strong feature of the New York Magazine anniversary issue (see…

24 September 2008

Revelations in style

Revelations in style

rick poynor

New Critique by Rick Poynor – now published in Eye 69
In the early days of Eye, we ran an article about the New Horizons series…

12 September 2008

Beaker street

Beaker street

Who are the Shoreditch plastic cup letterers, and what do they want?
Last night it said ‘KAJAL’. The other night it said ‘DRUNK MAN’, and before that…
 
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