Eye, the international review of graphic
design, is a quarterly printed magazine about
graphic design and visual culture
Me Company make designs of fabulous compexity. The shape of screenlife to come or techno-kitsch?
‘I was out walking the dear dog and I saw 500 things that made me want to make art.’
Eight-page illustrated feature on paperback book cover design, including interviews with the Senate, Rex…
Barbara Wojirsch and Dieter Rehm bring a mysterious beauty to the record label graphics of ECM
Martin Sharp’s “Magic Theatre” issue of OZ magazine is one of the most extraordinary artefacts of the…
Pictures of non-places, the grubby and eroded gaps between the real spaces of the urban realm, make a…
John L. Walters
Margaret Calvert signed the UK – from road to rail to air. Now Henrik Kubel has digitised her Rail…
Is Australia’s global cultural impact reflected in its graphic design?
The German publication Shift! takes familiar signs from the world of image consumption and reconfigures…
An interview with Pentagram’s ringmaster of paradox.
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