Eye, Issue 041, Autumn 2001

Eye, Issue 041, Autumn 2001


Vanishing point by Rick Poynor
A slender idea is inflated to attention-grabbing proportions. Critique by Rick Poynor
Inspiration by Stefan Sagmeister
Imitation subway notices by True
Editorial Eye 41 by John L. Walters
Eye’s second redesign in its ten-year history
Health warnings by Marcus Ainley
Survival by Chris Morrow
A slave ship diagram is used as a symbol for the Black diaspora
Honour thy error by Anna Gerber
Can happy accidents save us from crude perfectionism?
Squaring the circle by Jessica Helfand
Paper wheel charts suggest a new way to display complex information
Designing demons by Steven Heller
The rhetoric of hate provides ‘a new kind of meaning’
Same name, different face by Martin Dawson
Can classic, remastered fonts retain the spirit of the ‘authentic’ original?
On message! by Michael Worthington
Mass-market graphic activism with a contemporary relevance.
Reputations: Neville Garrick by Chris Morrow
‘I won’t compromise my concept. If entertainment doesn’t contain information, then I don’t want anything to do with it.’
Stefan Sagmeister, Made You Look
Graphic Design Time-Line: A Century of Design Milestones
Stabbed in the Front: Post-war General Elections through Political Cartoons
Fatal Coincidences: The Art of Alfred Hitchcock
Graphic Design & Reading: Explorations of an Uneasy Relationship
Odds and Ends: A Chronologically Ordered Collection of Rare Works
The Art of Looking Sideways
Clean New World
Outsider Insider Design of a Lifetime: Ben Bos
Nasty Tales: Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Violence in the British Underground
Minus Equals Plus
Dennis Hopper: A Keen Eye
Looking Closer: AIGA Conference on Design History and Criticism
Zero! Hans Schleger: A Life of Design
The Bus: The Free Photographic Omnibus 1973-2001
01.2 Manger/Eat

Eye, Issue 041, Autumn 2001
Eye, Issue 041, Autumn 2001

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