Eye, Issue 046, Winter 2002

Eye, Issue 046, Winter 2002

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Opinion:
Editorial Eye 46 – Editorial, John L. Walters
This ‘Australian special issue’ of Eye marks the first time that the magazine has chosen…
Songlines – Inspiration, Nick Bell
The Songlines by Bruce Chatwin. Read and appreciated by Nick Bell
Telling the truth? – Monitor, Keith Miller
Does digital technology democratise the photographic image?
Instant content by Rick Poynor
Design is Kinky is a graphic design website that’s high on content, low on critical awareness. It’s a hit!
Features:
Karijini Centre
A visitor centre offers a pathto understanding the outback
Public toilet signage by Lynne Ciochetto
The particular in the universal
Look inward: graphic design in Australia by Rick Poynor
Is Australia’s global cultural impact reflected in its graphic design?
Mambo: good taste is fine for some by Tim Marshall
Mambo is crude, rude and a global brand. Can it remain subversive?
Reg Mombassa by Rick Poynor
Mambo theology
Political clout: Australian posters by Roger Butler
Screenprints gave both activists and artists a means of direct expression
Form follows purpose: Inkahoots by Rick Poynor
Does this Brisbane studio offer a role model for socially concerned design? [EXTRACT]
Douglas Annand by Anne McDonald
Annand’s pavilion for the New York World’s Fair in 1939 was a triumph
Reputations: Stephen Banham by Rick Poynor
‘Helvetica has become the generic default, a safe formula under the guise of Modernism. It’s all smoke and mirrors.’

Eye, Issue 046, Winter 2002
Eye, Issue 046, Winter 2002

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