Recent articles by Ian Noble
Illustrators on the outside
Issue 37, Autumn 2000
A Digital Dolly? presents an overview of the recent history and current state of British…
The New Typography
Issue 48, Summer 2003
The statement in the publicity for the one-day event organised by Kingston University promised much…
Punk uncovered: an unofficial history of provincial opposition
Issue 33, Autumn 1999
British punk gave a sound, a voice and a visual currency to the disenfranchised and remote. Overlooked, uncelebrated and difficult – the output of the anonymous artworkers who packaged the vinyl spewed out by punk’s first waves captured the oppositional (and occasionally political) spirit of the time. By Russell Bestley and Ian Noble.
Words fail us
Issue 32, Summer 1999
Serious discussions of the relationships between message, audience and graphic design are still handicapped by a limited lexicon. Yet our need for an enriched language is greater than ever.