Agenda, Robin Kinross
Will the political and monetary union of Europe lead to an increasingly homogeneous graphic design? Or will designers fight for solutions that are local to a country’s culture yet international is resonance?
Eye talks to the designer turned artist who confronts her audience with the tools of advertising.
Unlimited horizons? East Berlin design group Grappa come to terms with the new Germany
Curious comics: why the Japanese love their manga
Are the pictures of Dallas photographer Geof Kern postmodern retro or authentic art?
Russell Mills was the original punk illustrator. Now he makes images of delicate abstraction.
Two Dutch books take the form of elegant visual essays on liquid themes.
Bank notes change hands without so much as a second glace – a daily act of faith that says much about our belief in their value. Yet these intricate artefacts are complex carriers of meaning. What makes a banknote look like a banknote and how does the global graphic language of money communicate its message?