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Eye monthly newsletter
16 December 2014
Last week Simon Esterson supervised the printing of Eye 89 at Pureprint. The first copies will soon be on their way to subscribers worldwide, landing in late December and early January.
In the new issue you will find articles and reviews by Mike Dempsey, Val Williams, Tom Harrad and many others, including four writers new to the magazine: Paul McNeil, Francisco Laranjo, Aysegül Izer and Gülizar Çepoglu.
Rick Poynor writes about the Swedish feminist magazine Bang …
Jim Northover looks at a new book about rediscovered American Modernists Dorothy and Otis Shepherd, whose work is also featured on the cover of Eye 89 …
And Sarah Snaith talks to Abbott Miller about his innovative dance apps for the 2wice Arts Foundation.
There’s also a profile of New York-based Project Projects, and lots of reviews, with subject matter including Horst P. Horst, Abram Games, Ladybird Books, Collector’s Edition and the extraordinary Neubau Forst Catalogue.
As you probably know, we don’t do discounts (apart from the 50 per cent student discount) but for a limited period you and your friends can get a ‘once in a blue moon’ ten per cent discount to Eye back issues and subs via the Little Magazine Gift Guide, by using the discount code LITTLE at the Eye Shop. The discount also applies to nineteen other magazines, including Howler (see ‘Back of the net’) , Boat, Hot Rum Cow and Boneshaker magazine (see ‘Two wheels good’ in Eye 77).
You can also subscribe to Eye by phone – 084 5456 7757. The LITTLE discount code will apply until the end of the year (31 December 2014).
Seasonal cheers from everyone at Eye magazine
John L. Walters, editor
PS The next Type Tuesday will be on 10 March 2015 at St Bride Library in London. More details to follow in the New Year.
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