Feature: Visual culture

 
Lovable loser

Lovable loser

A daring approach to sports journalism earned the short-lived Jock magazine a place in design history
 
Two-colour haikus

Two-colour haikus

Banks & Miles art directed Which? magazine, the Consumers’ Association’s flagship title and its covers. John Miles talks to Paul Harpin
 
Double vision

Double vision

Fast-paced, emotional, competitive, surprising – Germany’s ZEITmagazin is a print title for the digital age
 
Liberté, égalité, typography

Liberté, égalité, typography

Serge Ricco, creative director of l’Obs, has shown this word-driven, left-wing French weekly the power of expressive type and images
 
Reputations: David Driver

Reputations: David Driver

‘That was the buzz one got about publishing. What do people want? Where are the gaps in the market? You wanted it to push boundaries … give people information that they never possessed before.’ Interview by Martin Colyer
 
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
 
Small is beautiful

Small is beautiful

Estonian design education enjoys a culture of innovation and experimentation thanks to the country’s tiny population, says Kristjan Mändmaa, Dean of Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts
 
Reputations: Atlas, Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martín

Reputations: Atlas, Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martín

‘You have to be the orchestra conductor, taking control of all these elements and making them magically come together’
 
Systematic play

Systematic play

Using intuition, research and process, the work of Armin Lindauer and Betina Müller revitalises connections between art, design and science
 
Masks and mayhem

Masks and mayhem

João Farkas uncovers a little known side of Brazilian tradition in his vivid photographs of carnival costumes in the city of Maragojipe
 
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