Feature: Book design

 
Crowd control

Crowd control

Designers are making illustrated books through crowdfunding instead of traditional publishing methods. By John L. Walters
 
Mark Holt: Games, set and dispatch

Mark Holt: Games, set and dispatch

The title page credit for Munich ’72: The Visual Output of Otl Aicher’s Dept XI reads ‘Researched, written, edited, designed and published by Mark Holt.’ Interview by John L. Walters [EXTRACT]
 
A niche of a niche

A niche of a niche

CentreCentre is the imprint founded by British designer Patrick Fry
 
Evi O. Studio: Feast between the lines

Evi O. Studio: Feast between the lines

This Sydney-based studio brings high-energy illustration and lettering to editorial design for food [EXTRACT]
 
Elaine Ramos: The book designer

Elaine Ramos: The book designer

‘We overdose on communication, but “beautiful” design circulates only between the culturally literate.’ [EXTRACT]
 
Everyday people

Everyday people

Emma Thomas and Kirsty Carter’s Apfel, A Practice for Everyday Life, brings design into the art world, and makes design an art
 
Two cheers for publishing

Two cheers for publishing

A two-volume book packed with graphic design history is a visual blockbuster, but does little for scholarship. By Rick Poynor
 
Looking at magazines looking at themselves

Looking at magazines looking at themselves

Five enormous, lavish books celebrate the achievements of five legendary titles: Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, New York, The Face and Octavo
 
Firm grasp on a shaky line

Firm grasp on a shaky line

R.O. Blechman’s career has spanned illustration, graphic design and film-making. His deceptively simple style masks a fierce intellect
 
Modernist cottage industry

Modernist cottage industry

For more than a decade, Ruth Artmonsky has been publishing modest, readable books about design and illustration from her London flat
 
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