Interview by John L. Walters

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Mark Holt: Games, set and dispatch

Issue 101, Summer 2021

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The title page credit for Munich ’72: The Visual Output of Otl Aicher’s Dept XI reads ‘Researched, written, edited, designed and published by Mark Holt.’ Interview by John L. Walters [EXTRACT]

Conversation with John Burn-Murdoch

Issue 101, Summer 2021

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As Covid-19 spread across the globe, it became clear that data visualisation would become ‘the language of the pandemic’.

Richard Turley: Mag-man ad-man

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘There is rarely any doubt in advertising or branding. The default setting is “amazing”. Whereas in editorial, the core tenet is doubt.’ [EXTRACT]

Sophie Thomas: Campaigner

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘You need a creative or design-oriented brain to figure out what the system is and how to shift it. Designers are good at this.’ [EXTRACT]

Liza Enebeis: Curious creative director

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the world feels more united. This may be a trigger in the future for how we can be more unified and achieve results as a world collective.’

Jessica Walsh: The influencer

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘We can’t be like artists, who can stick to one style and never adapt what they do based on what’s going on in the world. This doesn’t bother me, it excites me.’ [EXTRACT]

Moross: The hands-on boss

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘We work in the entertainment world where there are always a lot of time pressures. It’s a priority to manage stress and make sure people are fulfilled.’

Michael Bierut: The designer’s designer

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘Online, everything arrives with equal weight … everything can have a logo, everything can have an identity, everyone can do it in an untutored way.’ [EXTRACT]

Bobby C. Martin Jr: Design Champion

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘We’ve come so far we’re not stopping now. Design has infused every part of our lives because of designers pushing to have a seat at the table.’ [EXTRACT]

Fraser Muggeridge: The improviser

Issue 100, Summer 2020

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‘The role of printed matter has shifted from what it communicates literally to what it communicates subconsciously.’ [EXTRACT]