Feature: Illustration

 
Crowd control

Crowd control

Designers are making illustrated books through crowdfunding instead of traditional publishing methods. By John L. Walters
 
Ten projects by Jim Sutherland

Ten projects by Jim Sutherland

A graphic designer downsizes to spend more time thinking, studying and designing without commercial studio pressures. What could possibly go right? By Simon Esterson. Portrait by Philip Sayer [EXTRACT]
 
Eye’s early years

Eye’s early years

Founding editor Rick Poynor recalls the aims and ideas behind the launch of an independent design magazine [EXTRACT]
 
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]
 
Letterform Archive: Objects of Inspiration

Letterform Archive: Objects of Inspiration

Letterform Archive is feeding the post-digital generation’s passion for physical artefacts
 
eL Seed: City-wide calligraffiti

eL Seed: City-wide calligraffiti

This mega-mural by street artist eL Seed spans the walls of 50 buildings in a Christian Coptic community in Cairo
 
‘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
 
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.’
 
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