The artful charm of the public notice
Big, bad, bold and subverted by artists and designers, the public notice returns power to the people
It’s the end of graphic design as we know it
Rick Poynor responds to some perplexing findings at ‘New Views 2’
When designers start to question what words such as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ and ‘soul’ really mean, they can’t avoid ethics. And that’s no bad thing.
‘Type-only Penguins sell a million’ shock
Book design, Typography, Monitor
Penguin uses design to revitalise its back catalogue with Great Ideas and a revived Reference Library
A refreshing shock to the system [extract]
Jean Widmer, A Devotion to Modernism: Itinerary of a Designer from Zurich to Paris
Go in at the top and redefine the project
What is the graphic designer’s role in production for the internet and how are studios changing?