Neville Brody

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A tradition with breaks

Issue 86, Autumn 2013

Feature

Stencil typefaces – late arrivals on the typographic scene – are going in new directions and rediscovering their history.

Postmodern jam session

Issue 83, Summer 2012

Feature

Jan Middendorp recalls Fuse, the type ‘magazine’ that opened up (and put the lid on) a transient era of adventurous type design from small digital foundries

Beyond the canon

Issue 68, Summer 2008

Feature

Introduction to special issue by editor John L. Walters

Fading away before the issues

Issue 41, Autumn 2001

Review

This £400 one-day symposium aimed to instigate ‘an overdue overhaul of the very principles of…

Nameless thing

Issue 57, Autumn 2005

Feature

Tokyo’s TDC rewards work that transcends means, intention, content, context – and just ‘is’

Beyond typography

Issue 15, Winter 1994

Feature

Fuse’s talented team is on an inspired quest to ‘Make it new!’ But what is the project really about?

Reputations: Neville Brody

Issue 6, Spring 1992

Feature

‘People are using the computer in a very rigid, pseudo-religious way and we are trying to say that the technology is simply a tool of communication and should be treated as organically as any other tool.’

Type paintings of a digital artist

Issue 14, Autumn 1994

Review

‘For the past five years, Neville Brody and his studio have embraced the computer as…

The (layered) vision thing

Issue 8, Autumn 1993

Opinion

If it has dotted lines, an arrow or two and it’s impossible to read, then it must be ‘postmodern’. Are we using the theory the way it was intended?

History’s role in the studio

Issue 9, Summer 1993

Review

Now in its sixth year, the ‘Modernism and Eclecticism’ symposium organised by Steven Heller in…

Stamps and the public interest

Issue 9, Summer 1993

Review

Since Rowland Hill’s introduction of the Penny Black in 1840, the postage stamp has been…

Typography’s new priests

Issue 1, Autumn 1990

Review

‘Type90’ brought several hundred typographically preoccupied people to Oxford this summer. Following the successful pattern…

Get the message?

Issue 3, Spring 1991

Opinion

Legibility is relative. Is it time we broke the tablets of stone? Agenda by Michèle-Anne Dauppe

I don’t use a Mac but I know a man who can

Issue 13, Summer 1994

Opinion

British design has split down the middle. Should its priority be art or analysis, and is the computer a new ‘language’ or simply a tool? By Michael Horsham

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Offset 2014: day two

7 April 2014
Graphic design, Illustration, Music design, Typography, Visual culture

Bjørn Rune Lie, Sarah Illenberger, Hingston, Brody, Glaser and Maser. Pam Bowman continues her coverage of the Dublin Offset conference.
Speaker Bjørn Rune Lie began Saturday’s line-up presenting to a surprisingly full theatre, given that…