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Designers and clients special issues.
The list goes on by Rick Poynor
Reputations: John McConnell by John L. Walters
Case studies: Chris Maillard
What the client needs by Alexander Ecob, Eye critics
In the neighbourhood by John Ridpath
Trust in Modernism by Jim Northover
Symbols and survival
The shape of a pocket by Rick Poynor
Bare bones of the revolution by Karla Hammer
Teaching in the spaces between code and design by Jürg Lehni
Reviews:
Biophilia, LDN-Redux, The Serving Library, Kurt Schwitters: A Journey Through Art, Kenneth Anger, The Poster King, Ready to Print: Handbook for Media Designers, SVK, Windows on the War: Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945, Not a Toy: Fashioning Radical Characters, A5 / 05: Lufthansa and Graphic Design: Visual History of an Airline, How to disappear, Composition No. 1, Graphic Design: Now in Production, The Lost Album: A Visual History of 1950s Britain

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Eye, Issue 081, Autumn 2011
Eye, Issue 081, Autumn 2011
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The 1960s was an era characterised by political, social, and cultural shifts. The counterculture movement emerged as a response to the perceived failures of the mainstream establishment, sparking a wave of activism and alternative ideologies. And with these an array of printed matter. Counterculture publications, often referred to as the "underground press," became powerful platforms for dissent, expression, and the exploration of new ideas.

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Forward and a selection of poster designs entered to the Die besten Plakate des Jahres 1963. Featuring the work of Hans Hartmann, Jörg Hamburger, Jost Hochuli, and Armin Hofmann.

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These one-colour forms have a playful but structured aesthetic through their geometric forms, they remind me of the abstract line drawings of Picasso blended with Jan Tschichold and the New Typography.

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The best poster designs from Die besten Plakate des Jahres 1956 with a translated foreword by Jakob Rudolf Welti. Featuring the work of Herbert Leupin, Carl B. Graf, Carlo Vivarelli and Emil Ruder.