Review

 

History’s role in the studio

Teal Triggs

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

Konnishi wa to multilingual type

Brett Wickens

Increased globalisation of business means English-speaking designers are working more and more frequently on foreign…
 

Collaborating over the wire

Nico Macdonald

Modems have been around for years, but a number of recent developments have made them…
 

Worth the paper it's printed on?

Laurel Harper

As the design profession gained prominence in the last decade, it also caught the eye…
 

High thoughts on a self-effacing art

Robin Kinross

‘To begin with, let us enumerate what is repulsive and therefore wrong.’ Thus opens an…
 

The keyboards that ate the world

Liz Farrelly

The celebratory aspect of this publishing exercise is evident from the outset. The art director, Takenobu…
 

Type design with a straight face

Sebastian Carter

The title of this sumptuous book is a surprise. Despite Matthew Carter’s much-reported encounters with travelling…
 

Reflections of a typographer

Matthew Carter

Like a number of words used by typographers, ‘modern’ can mean more than one thing. Two…
 

When media worlds collide

William Owen

Hypertext is the communication media’s equivalent of cold fusion. It is one of those fuzzy…
 

A tradition of departure

Leslie Sherr

The United States’ cultural institutions have much to learn from the Netherlands. This was one…
 
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