Issue 2, Winter 1990
Poster design is an instantaneous art. Eye looks at prize-winners from “Typography Germany ’90”
Issue 1, Autumn 1990
In Eckhard Jung’s work the teaching of Ulm lives on
Issue 31, Spring 1999
‘I was fortunate. Early in life, I understood that my world was a two-dimensional one. At sixteen I knew that my work would be in black and white.’
Issue 32, Summer 1999
In the Wiener Ausgabe, Michael Nedo translated Wittgenstein’s wide-ranging and intertwined philosophical remarks into typographic form
Issue 23, Winter 1996
‘I am addicted to teaching. I have a compulsion to explain the world to others, and to have it explained to me again and again by the students’
Issue 26, Autumn 1997
One of the few remaining poster designers with political edge now teaches his students to reflect more than just Zeitgeist.
Issue 19, Winter 1995
‘I would advise young people to look at everything they encounter in a critical light … Then I would urge them at all times to be self-critical.’
Issue 4, Summer 1991
‘My work is like a quarry. People see a stone they like, appropriate it and work it until there’s nothing left.’ Eye talks to the father of New Wave typography.