Review: Reviews

 

Gnomic utterances

There is nothing new about artist’s books composed from pieced together, ironically…
 

Product design: secular religion or useful hobby?

Encouraged, no doubt, by the well deserved success of his first documentary, Helvetica
 

History repeats itself

Just when you thought the graphic design history market couldn’t be any more saturated –…
 

Drink me

From its cork-finished covers to its wine-bottle proportions, Eduardo del Fraile’s Wine…
 
All the flat boys

All the flat boys

Michelle Cotton’s book, produced to accompany a Cubitt Gallery touring exhibition…
 

Culturing feedback on feedback culture

Blogs are easy to approach: you stumble on a link, read an article or two, comment and…
 

Under Anger’s arcane spell

Artistic innovation often originates at the margins among mavericks and outcasts. Kenneth…
 

What a wind-up! Four decades of problems and ‘style’

British Design & Art Direction – D&AD – is 40 years old and, like many a person who feels…
 

An Italian in Zurich

Concrete art was a resolutely European art form (or, to be more specific, a Swiss-German…
 

LA logo attack

An entirely troubling aspect of debates about product placement (an egregious and…
 
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