Review: September 2019

 
Who cares if you read?

Who cares if you read?

Adrian Shaughnessy

David Carson is indelibly linked to the notion of the ‘end of print’, encapsulated by…
 
Walker’s riddles

Walker’s riddles

John L. Walters

Tim Walker’s photographs are dispatches from a non-parallel universe. His images…
 
Faenza mon amour

Faenza mon amour

Massimo Gonzato

Faenza is a pleasant little medieval Italian town with a name meaning ‘glazed…
 
Swiss fresh air

Swiss fresh air

Sarah Snaith

This modest book is the first to cover the long career of Swiss graphic designer…
 
More pics than crit

More pics than crit

Alex Cameron

This book is a welcome survey of a vibrant and witty design approach prevalent in the…
 
Big idea, small footprint

Big idea, small footprint

Steven Heller

New York’s Mmuseumm is not a freak show but rather a show of freaky, poignant and…
 
The glyphic and the vedutic

The glyphic and the vedutic

Alan Male

D. B. Dowd is Professor of Art and American Culture Studies at Washington University…
 
Minard’s retirement plans

Minard’s retirement plans

Paul Kahn

Sandra Rendgen’s The Minard System re-contextualises in book form for the first time…
 
An old-fashioned alien invasion

An old-fashioned alien invasion

Steven Gregor

They Live: A Visual and Cultural Awakening is an exploration of John Carpenter’s…
 
Adventures 
in the book trade

Adventures 
in the book trade

John L. Walters

Printing R-Evolution’ has been an unexpected public success, confounding expectations…
 
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