Feature: Graphic design

 
Chloe Scheffe: Rethinking editorial design

Chloe Scheffe: Rethinking editorial design

Brooklyn-based Chloe Scheffe designs books by groundbreaking thinkers and tackles magazines with a similarly radical approach
 
Dafi Kühne: By his own hand

Dafi Kühne: By his own hand

Swiss designer Dafi Kühne works wholly in traditional letterpress techniques with entirely contemporary results
 
Spassky Fischer: Concrete moves

Spassky Fischer: Concrete moves

The work of this prolific young French studio is founded on practicality and systems, while transcending such prosaic methods [EXTRACT]
 
‘As, not for’: The critique goes on

‘As, not for’: The critique goes on

‘As, Not For: Dethroning Our Absolutes’ is an itinerant exhibition of work by black designers whose legacy has been neglected for too long
 
Malika Favre: Gridlocked

Malika Favre: Gridlocked

A love of mathematics and geometry underpins the immaculate illustrations of Malika Favre
 
Studio Blup: Remixing the here and now

Studio Blup: Remixing the here and now

Dines’s Studio Blup represents a radical challenge to the monoculture that still dominates current design
 
Elaine Ramos: The book designer

Elaine Ramos: The book designer

‘We overdose on communication, but “beautiful” design circulates only between the culturally literate.’ [EXTRACT]
 
Milton Glaser: Design eminence

Milton Glaser: Design eminence

‘Buttons, flyers, posters, postcards, T-shirts and books. How primitive are the means we have to dissent. And yet I believe these modest tools can help change history.’
 
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
 
Business at the centre

Business at the centre

An interview with Sascha Lötscher, managing partner of G+A
 
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