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Colour is the new black

Colour is the new black

Jan Middendorp

For the past decade or so, Mark van Wageningen has been investigating the possibilities of adding colour…

 
From punch cutters to number crunchers

From punch cutters to number crunchers

Ferdinand P. Ulrich

In the summer of 1983, a Stanford seminar became a milestone in the long transition from craft to code

 
Advice from a mentor you may never meet

Advice from a mentor you may never meet

Sarah Snaith

The ethos behind the Hall of Femmes series is to pass down stories, advice and experiences to a new…

 
Brand in the hand

Brand in the hand

In Melbourne, more than a century ago, a ‘printer’s fist’ inadvertently became one of the earliest…

 
Reputations: Nadine Chahine

Reputations: Nadine Chahine

Anna Lisa Reynolds

‘I wanted to discover if there was any value in simplification, in terms of legibility, and only…

 
Obsessive meditations

Obsessive meditations

Andrew Robertson, Richard Krzyzak

The photography of Robin Broadbent takes still life photography to minimalist extremes

 
The programmed designer

The programmed designer

John-Patrick Hartnett

Industry-standard tools – Apple computers, Adobe software – have created astonishing new possibilities…

 
The rules of the game 2

The rules of the game 2

For George Hardie, illustration is a problem-solving process: collecting looking and drawing with…

 
Crayon game

Crayon game

Steven Heller

The unexpected craze for adult colouring books has created a bonanza for publishers. Can they keep it…

 
A breath of fresh air

A breath of fresh air

Chiara Medioli

In postwar Milan, Swiss designer Lora Lamm brought flair and humour to her work for clients in industry…

 
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