Review

 
Let the system do the work

Let the system do the work

Jim Sutherland

Martin Lorenz’s Flexible Visual Systems: The Design Manual for Contemporary Visual Identities is a proposal for…
 
The purpose is what it does

The purpose is what it does

Jarrett Fuller

What happens to a design after it has entered the world? What new meanings are generated…
 
A celebration of sans

A celebration of sans

Catherine Dixon

If, by setting out its content on its cover, a book could be said to wear…
 
Attack of the book jackets

Attack of the book jackets

John L. Walters

Tupigrafia A-Z is the book of the Brazilian magazine Tupigrafia published by Claudio Rocha and Tony…
 
The narrator is present

The narrator is present

Gabriela Matuszyk

Kenneth FitzGerald has been writing about design since 1996, when his first commissioned piece – a…
 
Fading into significance

Fading into significance

Justin Burns

Faded advertising signs are more widespread than we think. Ghost Signs: A London Story explores the…
 
In your own time

In your own time

John Warwicker

There are some designers who create a body of work that is ahead of its time…
 
The spaces between

The spaces between

Christopher Sleboda, Kathleen Sleboda

April Greiman’s photography book WhiteSpace conjures the ephemeral into a tangible form, fixing digital pixels alongside…
 
Magic and logic

Magic and logic

Simon Esterson

How do you tell the story of the way graphic design actually gets done? Two books…
 
Waiting at the intersection

Waiting at the intersection

Rick Poynor

Designers are often fascinated by a visual practice in which the maker enjoys an enviable autonomy usually unavailable to themselves.

 
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