Review: Illustration

 
From cover to cover

From cover to cover

Originally used to protect book bindings, dust jackets were often discarded before a…
 
The art of small moments

The art of small moments

To call Chris Ware a genius seems obvious, banal, almost. So much praise has been…
 
Party people

Party people

‘Made In North Korea’ (House of Illustration, London, 26 March–13 May 2018) is a…
 
Health redrawn

Health redrawn

Graphic design plays a part in almost every area of our daily lives. But can it…
 
A sharp eye for Brazilian design

A sharp eye for Brazilian design

The short title of this exhibition – ‘Brasil Hoje’ [Brazil Today] – gives an idea of…
 
Market forces

Market forces

Lucinda Rogers is a British reportage illustrator whose career has become intertwined…
 
Inspired information

Inspired information

In her 2014 book Graphesis Johanna Drucker describes information visualisations as…
 
Guts and gutters

Guts and gutters

The Brazilian art director and designer Bea Feitler (1938-82) said of magazines that…
 
The crew with no name

The crew with no name

This ambitious exhibition throws light on a circle of artists and designers grouped…
 
Public art for public art’s sake

Public art for public art’s sake

Scott King’s Public Art blends fact and fiction, satire and speculation in a critique…
 
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