Feature: Visual culture

 
Two-colour haikus

Two-colour haikus

Banks & Miles art directed Which? magazine, the Consumers’ Association’s flagship title and its covers.…

 
Double vision

Double vision

Fast-paced, emotional, competitive, surprising – Germany’s ZEITmagazin is a print title for the digital…

 
Liberté, égalité, typography

Liberté, égalité, typography

Serge Ricco, creative director of l’Obs, has shown this word-driven, left-wing French weekly the power…

 
Pulling back the curtain

Pulling back the curtain

Published by the Communist Women’s League, Ty i Ja [You and I] was an ambitious 1960s title that brought…

 
Reputations: David Driver

Reputations: David Driver

‘That was the buzz  one got about publishing. What do people want? Where are the gaps in the market? You…

 
Lovable loser

Lovable loser

A daring approach to sports journalism earned the short-lived Jock magazine a place in design history

 
Looking at magazines looking at themselves

Looking at magazines looking at themselves

Five enormous, lavish books celebrate the achievements of five legendary titles: Harper’s Bazaar…

 
Small is beautiful

Small is beautiful

Estonian design education enjoys a culture of innovation and experimentation thanks to the country’s…

 
The anti-Rockwell

The anti-Rockwell

Blechman pioneered a less-is-more aesthetic. His scratchy shorthand expresses ideas with a punchy…

 
Reputations: Atlas, Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martín

Reputations: Atlas, Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martín

‘You have to be the orchestra conductor, taking control of all these elements and making them magically…

 
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