Tokyo Salamander

Tokyo Salamander

Rick Poynor

Vaughan Oliver’s collaboration with Shinro Ohtake is an oblique diary of dreams

Godard: Images, Sounds, Politics.

Eye editors

For the first in a new series, Eye revisits Richard Hollis’s innovatory design for a book on the French film-maker


Katy Homans

Robert Brownjohn wanted to eliminate the boundaries between experience and design. In an explosively short career of remarkable promise, he pushed graphics, advertising and film to their conceptual limits
Reputations: Wolfgang Weingart

Reputations: Wolfgang Weingart

Yvonne Schwemer-Scheddin

‘My work is like a quarry. People see a stone they like, appropriate it and work it until there’s nothing left.’ Eye talks to the father of New Wave typography.

TV in the age of eye candy

Jim McClellan

People used to say the ads were the best thing on British TV. Now it’s the graphics which are overwhelming the programmes.

Posters of freedom

Margaret Timmers

Graphics have played a vital role in East European events

Modernism by mail

the editor

A two-part examination of design at the Dutch post office

Official anarchy

Gerard Forde

For seventy years the PTT has been an exemplary patron

Flexible geometry

Hugh Aldersey-Williams

How Studio Dumbar propelled the PTT into the present

The good radical

Yvonne Schwemer-Scheddin

In Eckhard Jung’s work the teaching of Ulm lives on
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