Recent articles about Fuel

Reputations: Fuel

Issue 93, Winter 2016


‘We love collecting vernacular … it’s functional, not following a preconceived idea of what is correct. This can give it an unexpected quality … in “real” design all those elements are lost. Everything is too considered.’ By Rick Poynor

Entranced by motion, seduced by stillness

Issue 33, Autumn 1999


New media is undergoing the kind of definition print went through centuries ago. A meditation on the status of moving and static typography

Self-propelled, self-made

Issue 38, Winter 2000


Big books give KesselsKramer and Fuel an instant air of authority.

Both ends burning

Issue 11, Winter 1993


Fuel is a magazine, a design team, and a four letter word. Their style is tough, but ambiguous, too

Recent blog posts about Fuel

The calm collector

24 February 2016
Book design, Brand madness, Design history, Graphic design

A new collection of Steve Hare’s writing demonstrates an erudite passion for the design and content of Penguin Books
The late Steve Hare (1950-2015) was one of those writers that every editor appreciates, writes…