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Design in the age of digital reproduction

William Owen

‘Multimedia’ may well be one of the most overused words of the 1990s. What does it mean for designers…

 
Love of lexicons

Love of lexicons

Rick Poynor

The dictionary framework allows readers to find random nuggets of information, forging connections that…

 
Looking for clues

Looking for clues

Rick Poynor

Notebook in hand, Paul Davis works like a journalist, trying to figure out what makes us tick

 

Daily Mirror

Eye editors

In the hands of Dieter Rot, the British newspaper was transformed into a striking artist’s book

 

Self-explanatory

John O’Reilly

Postcards from Sans + Baum; Müller + Hess’s Xmas horror . . .

 

Self-control. self-raising

John O’Reilly

Pentagram are ‘time-rich’. Browns are the young establishment.

 

Self-aggrandising, self-satisfied

John O’Reilly, John L. Walters

Brochures: Frost, Push, Elliott Peter Earls, the Office of CC . . .

 

Self-evident, self-motivated, self-perpetuating

John O’Reilly, John L. Walters

Creative work by Experimental Jetset, Mother, Struktur and others

 
Naked words

Naked words

Jason Godfrey

Type-only book covers have always had a place in publication design.

 
Up close and tight

Up close and tight

Laura Forde

The legendary Herb Lubalin brought humour, sensuality and a contemporary flourish to complex typographic…

 
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