30 May 2012
Brilliant (Four) Corners, St Jude’s in the City, GTF and Andy Cameron
More links and mentions for items recommended by friends and contacts of the Eye team.
A mini cityscape, made of old type: davidbsmithgallery.com/work/detail/type-city (thanks to Marianne Waller).
A moving tribute to design pioneer Andy Cameron (below), who died on Monday 28 June, by Creative Review editor Patrick Burgoyne.
Read Andy’s ‘The medium is messy’ in Eye 30; and ‘Ink and paper – holding up’ on the Eye blog.
An ingenious site from Four Corners Books, in which you can sort books by name, date, colour, size, weight, front & back cover and spine. Programmed by Studio Scasascia and designed by John Morgan Studio (see Eye 83 next month).
Graphic Thought Facility have a splendid new site. See interview in Eye 39.
Ian Gabb, aka the Letterpress Monster (thanks to Chloë King).
St Jude’s in the City, which continues until Friday 1 June 2012, includes new work by Mark Hearld (below) and Angie Lewin (top).
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