When design’s concerns form the content of an artist’s book, does ‘good design’ matter?
The editor summarises the contents of the latest issue of Eye
Time to examine the debates about the ownership of intellectual property
From the contents page of Eye no. 55 vol. 14
Accessibility, usability, the W3C . . . are graphic designers finally coming to terms with the Web?
Vernacular photography. Innocence regained? Or just another kind of fiction?
Made in 1941 for AD magazine, Herbert Matter’s ‘typographic ballet’ is a dreamlike curiosity
An idealistic experiment to help children read with an augmented, phonetically consistent alphabet
A startling array of incongruous motifs and icons are used by private security companies in South Africa
Can caricature ever regain its power to savage and mock the blunderers in high office?
Notebook in hand, Paul Davis works like a journalist, trying to figure out what makes us tick
Think Don't Think - a series of poetic graphical interventions on the zebra crossings of Paris
Reiver records. Collected by Gordon Young