Elizabeth Resnick

Recent articles by Elizabeth Resnick

The quiet confidence of Tomoko Miho

Issue 105, Autumn 2023


The influence of three continents underpins the meticulous work of this underrated Japanese-American graphic designer. By Elizabeth Resnick [EXTRACT]

Rebalancing the design canon

Issue 102, Autumn 2021


Elizabeth Resnick looks at the practitioners and educators intent on revising our understanding of women’s roles in design history

Jacqueline Casey. Science and design

Issue 101, Summer 2021


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

The enigma of Thérèse Moll

Issue 98, Spring 2019


This young designer is credited with introducing Swiss typography to MIT

Zen and the art of design

Issue 39, Spring 2001


Oullim, the keyword of the Icograda Millennium Congress, is a Korean word meaning “great harmony”…

Looking closer than before

Issue 41, Autumn 2001


‘Looking Closer’ targets the increasing number of designers, design educators and students who are thinking…

Woman at the edge of technology

Issue 68, Summer 2008


Jacqueline Casey’s posters used wit, invention and the grid to reach the essence of each subject.

Reputations: John Maeda

Issue 37, Autumn 2000


‘People can rely on one trick if they use a computer. Once you make that trick, you just press a button and it happens again. It can ruin your brain.’

Reputations: Makoto Saito

Issue 35, Spring 2000


‘I don’t trust words. You can say anything with words. I prefer a visual means of communication allows the message to be more direct’

Scrapbook from China

Issue 72, Summer 2009


In March, Robert Linsky and I went to China with fourteen MassArt [Massachusetts College of…

Recent blog posts about Elizabeth Resnick

Disappearing act

24 September 2015
Graphic design, Illustration, Visual culture

The Graphic Workshop was a Boston artists’ collaborative, whose ‘Endangered Species’ poster series is celebrated in a current exhibition. By Paul Dobbs and Elizabeth Resnick
The Graphic Workshop was an artists’ collaborative in Boston that produced hundreds of remarkable silkscreen…