Posters

17 November 2016

Survival guide

Survival guide

At Firstsite in Essex, Gee Vaucher’s ‘Introspective’ covers a long career spent tackling political and social issues that are more urgent than ever.By Nigel Ball
When I was a teenage punk in the early 1980s it would have seemed inconceivable that Gee Vaucher’s artwork might ever grace the walls of a gallery, let alone the front page of a daily newspaper, writes Nigel Ball.

30 October 2016

Type on the campaign trail

Type on the campaign trail

US designers contribute type, posters, badges and branding to the Hillary Clinton cause
From the outset, the Hillary Clinton campaign has enlisted the help of some of the United States’ best designers to portray and propagate her messages.

24 October 2016

Human rights by any other name

Human rights by any other name

This poster exhibition is a powerful statement about women as global agents of social change. Marika Preziuso reviews ‘Women’s Rights are Human Rights’ in Boston
The exhibition ‘Women’s Rights are Human Rights’ aims to inform international public opinion on all the important intersections between women’s rights and human rights, writes Marika Preziuso.

18 October 2016

Noted #78

Noted #78

TypoCircle exhibition, Arjowiggins paper sample, Double Dagger, D&AD Manual 2016 and SEA 20
Here are a few things – an exhibition, paper sample, letterpress journal, manual and book – that caught our attention in recent weeks.

10 October 2016

Books received #23

Books received #23

When War is Over, Drawn in Stereo, George McGovern & The Democratic Insurgents, The Big Adventure of a Little Line and Money
Here are a few books that caught our attention in recent weeks … each reviewed in no more than 140 characters.

4 October 2016

Giancarlo Ilipriandi (1925-2016)

Giancarlo Ilipriandi (1925-2016)

fedrigoni, milan

A recent interview with the distinguished and prolific Milan designer, who died on 15 September 2016 at the age of 91.

30 June 2016

What design didn’t do

What design didn’t do

As a designer I feel guilty, says Marina Willer. Could we have done more to stop Brexit?
Twenty years ago, I chose to move from Brazil to London because it is the most diverse and cosmopolitan city in the world, writes Marina Willer.

2 June 2016

Type Tuesday: COLOUR!

Type Tuesday: COLOUR!

See you at St Bride at 7pm sharp. Another evening in Eye magazine’s series of informal quarterly events about design and visual culture – with Morag Myerscough and Camille Walala
Eye’s next Type Tuesday will feature presentations by two designers who make bold use of colour – Morag Myerscough and Camille Walala.

22 May 2016

David King, 1943-2016

David King, 1943-2016

‘It was always my idea to get across complex or difficult subjects to a wider audience. That’s what visual people like us can do.’
British designer, author and archivist David King died on 11 May 2016.

4 April 2016

Remediation in Warsaw

Remediation in Warsaw

Posters aren’t dead, they’re just off the wall. David Crowley explains the thinking behind the forthcoming Warsaw International Poster Biennale
The Warsaw International Poster Biennale is 50 years old in June, writes David Crowley.
 
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