Stephen Banham

Recent articles about Stephen Banham

The loneliest insight?

Issue 50, Winter 2003


A broadsheet tackles Helvetica’s use and abuse with the eye of an outsider

Reputations: Stephen Banham

Issue 46, Winter 2002


‘Helvetica has become the generic default, a safe formula under the guise of Modernism. It’s all smoke and mirrors.’

Look inward: graphic design in Australia

Issue 46, Winter 2002


Is Australia’s global cultural impact reflected in its graphic design?

Self-aggrandising, self-satisfied

Issue 38, Winter 2000


Brochures: Frost, Push, Elliott Peter Earls, the Office of CC …

Self-evident, self-motivated, self-perpetuating

Issue 38, Winter 2000


Creative work by Experimental Jetset, Mother, Struktur and others

Editorial Eye 46

Issue 46, Winter 2002


This ‘Australian special issue’ of Eye marks the first time that the magazine has chosen…


Issue 15, Winter 1994


The driving force behind Qwerty – all A7 of it – is Stephen Banham, a…

Recent blog posts about Stephen Banham

Books received #55

1 December 2023
Book design

Christian Marclay catalogue; concrete poetry anthology; and 50 years of ISTD’s TypoGraphic

Three books about visual culture and typography that crossed Eye’s desks in recent months

Noted #81

28 April 2017
Book design, Graphic design, Illustration, Magazines, New media, Posters, Typography, Visual culture

De Worde, Span, Cashcow Oblique, Bad Decisions and Oz magazine
Here are a few things that caught our attention in recent weeks. Jeremy Tankard’s most…

Banham’s Melbourne letters

26 March 2013
Design history, Reviews, Type Tuesday, Typography, Visual culture

The first thing you think on flipping through Characters is: Wow, I wouldn’t mind living…