Editorial, John L. Walters
Anyone who creates something new – whether it’s an idea or an artefact – is…
Brand madness, Visual culture, Rick Poynor
Rebranding ITV was meant to generate a warm glow – not the heated reaction it received from viewers. Critique by Rick Poynor
‘I sometimes liken art direction to film directing. They start with a script, basically just words on white paper, and they read it and start to imagine and visualise it. You can do it a thousand different ways.’
Recently discovered posters for the RCA Film Society provide fresh perspective on the intimate relationship between graphics and cinema in the 1950s and 60s.
Alessandro Colizzi explores the Futurist past of Bruno Munari, the eclectic, prolific designer-illustrator of Mussolini’s Italy.
Dutch studio Lust mixes digital space with physical reality, playing fast and loose with the conventions of interaction design.
How the Russian revolution – plus new technology – led to a colourful and radical change in children’s book publishing.
Wordless picturebooks form a corner of children’s literature in which illustrators and artists tell stories with images alone.
Linda Kwon looks at ways to learn about type beyond the conventional classroom.