Issue 32

Opinion

Editorial, Max Bruinsma

Is there any use in overturning the existing hierarchies between verbal and visual form?

Obituaries, Rick Poynor

Tibor Kalman
P. Scott Makela

Graphic Design, Agenda, Ian Noble , Russell Bestley

Serious discussions of the relationships between message, audience and graphic design are still…

Features

Max Bruinsma, Chris Vermaas

‘I don’t want to know the canon, because it is completely irrelevant and transient. If you fight the…

Steven Heller

or: how graphic designer Pablo Ferro learned to split the screen, cut the crap and tell the story (in the…

Paul Elliman

An inquiry into myriad associations originating from this most abundantly occurring symbol in our writing:…

Rick Poynor

When Donald Wall made this book about Italian architect Paolo Soleri, he uncannily projected a vision of…

Emily King

The freewheeling global agenda of Müller+Hess both destroys and revives the typographic traditions of…

Muller+Hess

Seclusion is not an option in a global culture where information, money and images move mountains and…

Yvonne Schwemer-Scheddin

In the Wiener Ausgabe, Michael Nedo translated Wittgenstein’s wide-ranging and intertwined philosophical…

Ursula Held

For the renovations at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Pierre Bernard devised a temporary system of signs…

Richard Hollis

“A revolutionary graphic language must seek to expose the meaning by presenting a chain of ideas…