Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004

Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004


Big fun with words by Rick Poynor
Do Zembla’s readers need this much graphic cheer-leading? Critique by Rick Poynor
The end of typography: slow death by default – Agenda, Phil Baines
Designing for the partially sighted: misguided guidlines
Alchemy of layout by Abbott Miller
Walter Pamminger champions the potential of design to create content
Gigantic pixels by Catherine Slessor
A new arts centre faces Graz with a bulging low-res screen
Exposure by David Thompson
Two epic photographic books give human endeavour a new perspective
The order of pages
Can graphic design reinvigorate the photographic monograph?
Back into battle by Dan Nadel
Nicholas Blechman’s ’zine is a barbed response to contemporary US politics
Land and liberation by Dana Bartelt
Palestinian artists tell their people’s stories through symbols and allegory
A new kind of story by Steven Heller
An interview with pictorial magazine pioneer Stefan Lorant (1901-97). By Steven Heller
Graphic tourism by Jason Grant, Daoud Sarhandi
Shooting, cropping and editing turns the vernacular into glossy publishing.
Advertising And The Artist

Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004
Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004

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