Eye, Issue 049, Autumn 2003

Eye, Issue 049, Autumn 2003

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Opinion:
Chewing it over: issues of style and content
Critical path, Design history, Magazines, Agenda, Daniel Nadel
Agenda In the spring issue of Eye (no. 47 vol. 12) I wrote a particularly…
Evolutionary tales by Rick Poynor
A new novel uses the possibilities of visual prose to tackle a timely subject. Critique by Rick Poynor
Women and the media: dignity and decency? Equality by Deborah Burnstone
The European Commission takes steps to ban sexist imagery in the media
Editorial Eye 49 by John L. Walters
There is a moment in Adrian Shaughnessy’s profile of Angela Lorenz where the latter talks…
Features:
Conference madness by Alice Twemlow
It’s a messy hybrid of live chat show, summer camp, theatre and rock’n’roll
Machin Definitive UK postage stamps by Paul Neale
Cock-ups appreciated by Paul Neale, by Thought Facility
Malcolm, Peter … and Keith by Rick Poynor
The British New Wave was born at a boys’ school near Manchester
Theory in practice by Michael Worthington
Gerstner’s curious compendium is a dense brick of knowledge
‘Femicide’ posters by Daoud Sarhandi
300 murders near the Ciudad Juárez sweatshops provoke a graphic ‘shout’
A terrible beauty by Steven Heller
The atomic bomb’s mushroom cloud has become the logo of annihilation
Angela Lorenz by Adrian Shaughnessy
A Berliner’s work finds parallels between laptop music and design. By Adrian Shaughnessy
Laptop aesthetics by Adrian Shaughnessy
A crackly, digital approach informs one of three current design trends.
Information visualisation by Nico Macdonald
Modern-day map-making may be a way out of Web design’s stasis
Street signs by Adam Deschamps
The Burmese town of Pyay has government slogans on every lamppost
Reviews:
Yes Yes Y’all, An Oral History of Hip-Hop’s First Decade
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Eye, Issue 049, Autumn 2003
Eye, Issue 049, Autumn 2003

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