Recent articles about Tomato

Virtual city: sidebar 3

Issue 34, Winter 1999


Global language

A virtual city in a global square

Issue 34, Winter 1999


Reflections on a new project in Australia, where graphic elements provide the interface between the electronic world and the physical environment

Information sculpture

Issue 13, Summer 1994


Tomato are a group of friends, a physical space somewhere in Soho, a multimedia workshop, descendents of Warhol’s Factory… anything but a design group. ‘Graphic design?’ they say. ‘We don’t know what it is’

Concrete poems just are

Issue 20, Spring 1996


Concrete poetry never won full acceptance, despite the efforts of exponents all over the world. In the digital era its innovations are ripe for reassessment

The order of pages

Issue 51, Spring 2004


Can graphic design reinvigorate the photographic monograph?

Urgent images

Issue 15, Winter 1994


Is there a more unstable and ephemeral medium for creative communication than thermal fax paper…

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

Issue 13, Summer 1994


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

Recent blog posts about Tomato

Something to say

7 November 2012
Design education, Design history, Graphic design, Technology, Typography

The current vogue for letterpress is more than mere retro-nostalgia, writes Catherine Dixon in the run-up to Friday’s St Bride conference.
Letterpress is everywhere, writes Catherine Dixon (co-organiser of ‘Letterpress: Something to Say’). Once a boutique…

Letterpress: a lingering impression

5 November 2011

A week before a one-day event at the St Bride Foundation in London, a survey of recent activities which explore the enduring relevance of letterpress.
Letterpress is everywhere. First, it was a boutique fashion of designer-types. Now it’s in John…