Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004

Eye, Issue 051, Spring 2004

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Opinion:
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
Features:
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.
Reviews:
Advertising And The Artist

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

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