Review: Reviews

 

History’s role in the studio

Now in its sixth year, the ‘Modernism and Eclecticism’ symposium organised by Steven…
 

Stamps and the public interest

Since Rowland Hill’s introduction of the Penny Black in 1840, the postage stamp has been…
 

High thoughts on a self-effacing art

‘To begin with, let us enumerate what is repulsive and therefore wrong.’ Thus opens an…
 

The desktop repro-house

Do-it-yourself reprographics are just around the corner, according to the suppliers. Brett Wickens urges…

 

David Stone Martin

Jazz Graphics by Manek Daver (Graphic-Sha, £27.50) is an encyclopaedic compendium of…
 

Word, image and emotion

Graphic design history is a notoriously tricky subject spanning, as it inevitably has to…
 

The end of an art form?

Is the poster a valid communication medium or a historical object that graphic designers…
 

Dutch Best Books

During the 1950s and 1960s, the Dutch Best Book Designs review was perhaps the public’s…
 

A graphiste comes home

Though small, this significant exhibition by the French designer, Philippe Apeloig, whose…
 
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