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Virtual city: sidebar 3

Issue 34, Winter 1999

Feature

Global language

A virtual city in a global square

Issue 34, Winter 1999

Feature

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

Urgent images

Issue 15, Winter 1994

Review

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

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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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…