Eye Magazine 100 - 1

Eye #100

£17.00

For Eye issue 100 eleven prominent designers have generously given up time to talk about…

Fraser Muggeridge: The improviser

Interview by John L. Walters

‘The role of printed matter has shifted from what it communicates literally to what it communicates…

Jack Davison: Play of light

Kathy Ryan

Each of Jack Davison’s portraits... ​​Read More

For Eye issue 100 eleven prominent designers have generously given up time to talk about…

Fraser Muggeridge: The improviser

Interview by John L. Walters

‘The role of printed matter has shifted from what it communicates literally to what it communicates…

Jack Davison: Play of light

Kathy Ryan

Each of Jack Davison’s portraits is a spontaneous dance with his subject, says New York Times Magazine…

Studio Blup: Remixing the here and now

Derek Yates

Dines’s Studio Blup represents a radical challenge to the monoculture that still dominates current…

Liza Enebeis: Curious creative director

Interview by John L. Walters

‘Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the world feels more united. This may be a trigger in the future for…

Malika Favre: Gridlocked

John L. Walters

A love of mathematics and geometry underpins the immaculate illustrations of Malika Favre [EXTRACT]

Space Type Generator

John-Patrick Hartnett

Kiel Mutschelknaus’s constantly evolving Space Type Generator has the power to hypnotise [EXTRACT]

Michael Bierut: The designer’s designer

Interview by John L. Walters

‘Online, everything arrives with equal weight … everything can have a logo, everything can have an…

Minjoo Ham: Ode to darkness

Ferdinand P. Ulrich

Minjoo Ham’s charming heavyweight Hangul typeface, inspired by Korean movie posters, is now available in…

Kate Moross: The hands-on boss

Interview by John L. Walters

‘We work in the entertainment world where there are always a lot of time pressures. It’s a priority to…

‘As, not for’: The critique goes on

Silas Munro

‘As, Not For: Dethroning Our Absolutes’ is an itinerant exhibition of work by black designers whose…

Richard Turley: Mag-man ad-man

Interview by John L. Walters

‘There is rarely any doubt in advertising or branding. The default setting is “amazing”. Whereas in…

Spassky Fischer: Concrete moves

John-Patrick Hartnett

The work of this prolific young French studio is founded on practicality and systems, while transcending…

Jessica Walsh: The influencer

Interview by John L. Walters

‘We can’t be like artists, who can stick to one style and never adapt what they do based on what’s going…

Dafi Kühne: By his own hand

Jan Middendorp

Swiss designer Dafi Kühne works wholly in traditional letterpress techniques with entirely contemporary…

Sophie Thomas: Campaigner

Interview by John L. Walters

‘You need a creative or design-oriented brain to figure out what the system is and how to shift it.…

Chloe Scheffe: Rethinking editorial design

John-Patrick Hartnett

Brooklyn-based Chloe Scheffe designs books by groundbreaking thinkers and tackles magazines with a…

Françoise Mouly: The illustrator’s art editor

Steven Heller

‘The covers are meant to capture the moment, but we want them to make sense next week, next decade, in a…

eL Seed: City-wide calligraffiti

Jan Middendorp

This mega-mural by street artist eL Seed spans the walls of 50 buildings in a Christian Coptic…

Bobby C. Martin Jr: Design Champion

Interview by John L. Walters

‘We’ve come so far we’re not stopping now. Design has infused every part of our lives because of…

Letterform Archive: Objects of Inspiration

Steven Heller

Letterform Archive is feeding the post-digital generation’s passion for physical artefacts [EXTRACT]

Evi O. Studio: Feast between the lines

A. R. Maxfield

This Sydney-based studio brings high-energy illustration and lettering to editorial design for food…

Elaine Ramos: The book designer

Sarah Snaith

‘We overdose on communication, but “beautiful” design circulates only between the culturally literate.’…

Extinction Rebellion: Truth works

John L. Walters

Extinction Rebellion has grabbed the world’s attention with its imaginative, disciplined and urgent…

Milton Glaser: Design eminence

Steven Heller

‘Buttons, flyers, posters, postcards, T-shirts and books. How primitive are the means we have to…

Eye’s early years

Rick Poynor

Founding editor Rick Poynor recalls the aims and ideas behind the launch of an independent design…


Eye is the world’s most beautiful and collectable graphic design journal, published quarterly for professional designers, students and anyone interested in critical, informed writing about graphic design and visual culture.

Softcover
112 pages
Summer 2020
English
ISSN 0960-779X
Eye is the world’s most beautiful and collectable graphic design journal, published quarterly for professional designers, students and anyone interested in critical, informed writing about graphic design and visual culture.