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Global type tour

Global type tour

Gerry Leonidas

‘Typographics 21’ was a ten-session, online journey that covered type and lettering from around the world – but with the explicit exclusion of Europe and North America. By Gerry Leonidas
 
The Nebiolo legacy

The Nebiolo legacy

Nebiolo History Project, Marta Bernstein, James Clough, Alessandro Colizzi, Riccardo De Franceschi, Massimo Gonzato, Riccardo Olocco

Though Italy’s most renowned type foundry closed its doors more than four decades ago, its influence endures. By the Nebiolo History Project [EXTRACT]
 
Reputations: Thomas Huot-Marchand

Reputations: Thomas Huot-Marchand

Véronique Marrier, Deborah Burnstone

‘It is not a question of revisiting a typographic style, but of questioning the means of creating typefaces, of establishing a new formal logic by pushing certain parameters to their maximum.’ Interview by Véronique Marrier [EXTRACT]
 
Crowd control

Crowd control

John L. Walters

Designers are making illustrated books through crowdfunding instead of traditional publishing methods. By John L. Walters
 
Mark Holt: Games, set and dispatch

Mark Holt: Games, set and dispatch

Interview by John L. Walters

The title page credit for Munich ’72: The Visual Output of Otl Aicher’s Dept XI reads ‘Researched, written, edited, designed and published by Mark Holt.’ Interview by John L. Walters [EXTRACT]
 
My friend David King

My friend David King

Richard Hollis

The book David King: Designer, Activist, Visual Historian is a comprehensive account of the work of a unique figure in graphic design history. Here Richard Hollis, witness to King’s development as designer, artist, collector and pioneering author-designer of dazzling books of social and political history, recalls his friend and fellow designer. By Richard Hollis
 
Conversation with John Burn-Murdoch

Conversation with John Burn-Murdoch

Interview by John L. Walters

As Covid-19 spread across the globe, it became clear that data visualisation would become ‘the language of the pandemic’.
 
Reputations: Mario Eskenazi

Reputations: Mario Eskenazi

Sarah Snaith

‘Here in Europe everything was more formal, more rigid, and American design was freer, fresher. I tried to be a mix of the two.’ Interview by Sarah Snaith [EXTRACT]
 
Anette Lenz: Poetic rhetoric in the public realm

Anette Lenz: Poetic rhetoric in the public realm

Jan Middendorp

Over nearly three decades, Anette Lenz has made work that transcends trends and technology. Profile by Jan Middendorp [EXTRACT]
 
Jacqueline Casey. Science and design

Jacqueline Casey. Science and design

Elizabeth Resnick

Jacqueline Casey was instrumental in developing what became known as the MIT Style. By Elizabeth Resnick [EXTRACT]
 
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