Eye, Issue 003, Spring 1991

Eye, Issue 003, Spring 1991

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Opinion:
Get the message?
Technology, Typography, Agenda, Michèle-Anne Dauppe
Legibility is relative. Is it time we broke the tablets of stone? Agenda by Michèle-Anne Dauppe
Features:
Reputations: Pierre Bernard by Rick Poynor
‘I don’t believe in revolutionary design, but I do believe that reactionary designs exist. It’s always easier to perpetuate the same forms and contents rather than to search out new ones.’ Why Grapus had to disband. Eye talks to founder Pierre Bernard
Paint it black by Klaus Thomas Edelmann
No one ran pictures bigger, cropped them tighter or had a darker vision than Willy Fleckhaus, the art director’s art director
Technology, aesthetics and type by Robin Kinross
With a substantial body of work already completed, Gerard Unger’s designs are entering a new phase.
The academy of deconstructed design by Ellen Lupton
Students and graduates of Cranbrook Academy of Art are producing some of the world’s most challenging graphic design.
Cranbrook in close-up by Ellen Lupton
Projects by David Frej, Katherine McCoy, Edward Fella and Allen Hori
Traces of man by Liz Farrelly
Herbert Spencer’s photographs celebrate accidental design
Identity kit by Eye writers
8vo’s flexible identity for Uden Associates

Eye, Issue 003, Spring 1991
Eye, Issue 003, Spring 1991

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