Issue 43


John L. Walters
Eye goes live
Rick Poynor
The New Sins consigns graphic designers to the upper levels of hell. Critique by Rick Poynor
Chin-Lein Chen, Chris Vermaas
Delivery forms
J.J. King
Everyone's gone to the movies


Jonathan Jones
Warhol in London: a pop fantasy made real on billboards
The look of Lolita
Christopher Wilson
The author ‘emphatically opposed’ showing a girl on the cover. Most publishers ignored him. By Christopher Wilson
During the Korean War, graphic leaflets rained down from the sky, full of threats and promises.
Louisa Young
The heart represents sacred and secular love: a bloodless sacrifice
Eric Kindel
Colour overprinting: constructed images by printers and designers
Steven Heller
Every era creates heroic imagery that conforms to its specific needs
Rhonda Rubinstein
‘It’s not a problem of being a woman in a man’s world. It’s being a type designer in a world that gives little recognition to this art form’