Feature: Graphic design

 
Fritz Gottschalk and the Swiss-Canadian connection

Fritz Gottschalk and the Swiss-Canadian connection

Gottschalk + Ash International spans more than five decades, a Swiss design studio with Modernist roots in Northern Europe and North America. Eye went to Zürich to meet the people behind the practice
 
Designing with urgency

Designing with urgency

From politics to culture to business, Dutch studio Thonik strikes a balance between adventurous concepts and pragmatic resolutions
 
Art and ambiguity

Art and ambiguity

The identity for Venice Biennale Arte 2019, designed by Melanie Mues, distorts type across a colourful three-dimensional grid
 
News cycle

News cycle

Italian designer Francesco Franchi brings magazine finesse to the world of daily newspapers
 
The enigma of Thérèse Moll

The enigma of Thérèse Moll

This young designer is credited with introducing Swiss typography to MIT
 
Strategy of excess

Strategy of excess

Like a human algorithm, Hansje van Halem explores a huge number of variables until she finds the right ‘recipe’ for each project
 
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
 
For the love of food and print

For the love of food and print

Michele Outland, creative director of Bon Appétit, also co-founded and designs the indie mag Gather Journal. Steven Heller reports
 
Tales from the West Coast

Tales from the West Coast

With its origins in ‘live journalism’ shows, The California Sunday Magazine achieves its narrative power through a cinematic approach to photography and type
 
This woman’s work

This woman’s work

Kate Hepburn’s design career, embracing pioneering magazines such as Spare Rib and Vole as well as comedy and rock’n’roll, is rooted in rigorous typography
 
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