Eye, Issue 042, Winter 2001

Eye, Issue 042, Winter 2001


Postcards from the edge – Graphic design, Visual culture, Rick Poynor
Inspiration – Typography, Wolfgang Weingart
The ruins of Baalbek in the Lebanon
Editorial Eye 42. – John L. Walters
The physical materials that make up a magazine are straightforward and predictable: there is no need…
We hardly knew you by Stefan Sagmeister, Peter Hall
Street-corner merchandising tries to remember the twin towers
Detach, detourne and consume by David Crowley
Alienation sells! The seductive flatness of Situationist aesthetics
Information imagined by Andrew Robertson
H2G2 animations anticipated the look and feel of future computers
Day-Glo mind blow by Julia Bigham
Psychedelia hit late 1960s London in an explosion of silk-screen colour
Stephen Byram: art & design by John L. Walters
A New Yorker opts for content, tactility and the sound of surprise
Truth lies in the surface by Adrian Shaughnessy
You can feel it. The unimpeachable authenticity of uncoated board
Pulp artefacts by Fay Sweet
When paper mills target the design business, what should they print?

Eye, Issue 042, Winter 2001
Eye, Issue 042, Winter 2001

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