Porn? by Rick Poynor
Can sexual image-making escape the stigma of porn? Critique by Rick Poynor
Editorial Eye 45 by John L. Walters
Though Eye 45 began its life as a ‘typography special’, we thought it fairer –…
Jesus Ali
A list of four ‘don’ts’ for young designers
Air-sickness bags by Daniel Nadel
Air-sickness bags. Collected and appreciated by Helene Silverman (as told to Dan Nadel).
Postcard backs by Martin Soames
The normally ignored verso of the common postcard is put under the spotlight
Smartest letterer on the planet by Steven Heller
Chicago’s comic book hero has a finely tuned gift for hand-lettering
A cast of thousands by Phil Baines
The future of type design
The ABCs of J-FP by Petra Černe Oven
A passion for classic typefaces drives Porchez’s innovative fonts
A designer and a one-man band by Rick Poynor
Cranbrook’s song and dance man goes back to college with a bang
File under Archis by Stuart Bailey
A perverse assembly of borrowed layouts redefines this magazine
Visual cleaning in Athens by Minos Zarifopoulos
An ‘urban facelift’ challenges the Greek city’s visual mosaic
Reputations: J. Abbott Miller by John L. Walters
‘We could be more aware of the civility of design, of how it can be constructive in a poetic sense, not just like a sneeze of capitalist excess’
A Flock of Words by Deborah Burnstone
Typography meets sculpture on a windy English seafront
Milton Glaser meets Massin by Jeanne Verdoux
Encounter of two giants
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Before setting up Ken Garland & Associates in Camden, London, Ken was art editor of Design magazine in 1956. The magazine was published by the Council of Industrial Design, which was set up in 1944 with the prime focus of supporting Britains economic recovery.
"Talking about myself as a designer is something that requires a powerful dialogue with my life experiences. In a radical way, I apply an exercise in which design forms become projections of life, extensions of meaning that constantly involve senses."
Mark Bloom has designs for globally recognised brands, produces some of the finest, most accessible modern typefaces and heads up Mash Creative and CoType Foundry. His type foundry has always been a port of call for our studio's brand projects and he continues to develop these, each with a fantastic print specimen.

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Yoshio Hayakawa was born in Osaka, Japan, in 1917 and became a leading designer and artist in postwar Japan. His work was a harmonisation of traditional Japanese art with Western art.