Philip Sayer

Recent articles about Philip Sayer

Is foil the new black? Only when it’s green

Issue 99, Autumn 2019


A British firm is determined to help designers understand the foiling process, from start to shiny…

Industrial light

Issue 96, Spring 2018


Philip Sayer’s photography for Management Today in the 1980s and 90s forged a vivid connection…

Hidden treasure

Issue 95, Winter 2018


Two hours from Paris, the historic printing house Imagerie d’Épinal is reborn as the heart of a…

Permanent opposition

Issue 93, Winter 2017


Perched in a London office overlooking the Thames, Peter Brookes has just hours to turn headline…

Stamped in the memory

Issue 91, Spring 2016


The Gentle Author’s book about East London print and envelope specialists the Baddeley Brothers…

London Letters

Issue 91, Spring 2016


Philip Sayer photographs lettering on the streets of London in this alphabetical compendium

Machine and man

Issue 84, Autumn 2012


Art, science and hot metal casting.
Photo essay by Phil Sayer

Recent blog posts by Philip Sayer

Eye before you buy 91

29 March 2016

Eye 91 is currently shipping to subscribers and bookshops worldwide. Here is a glimpse of its contents on a short Vimeo clip
The latest edition of Eye features articles about Camille Walala, the Baddeley Brothers book by The Gentle Author, Romek Marber, Robert Brownjohn’s street photography and Sekford, the watch company founded by Kuchar Swara.

Noted #71

3 November 2015

TPTQ Arabic; Frank; FS Brabo by Fontsmith; Typomad 2015; New Perspectives in Typography; The Eric Gill Series
Typotheque’s Peter Biľak has announced the launch of TPTQ Arabic, a new type foundry dedicated to developing original high-quality Arabic typefaces and systems for bi-lingual typography.