Eye #97


Eye, the international review of graphic design, is a quarterly printed magazine about graphic design and visual culture.

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The latest issue is the second of two specials about magazine design and art direction – and the biggest ever issue in the 28-year history of Eye, the international review of graphic design.

David Driver
Michele Outland
Spare Rib

Eye 97 is entirely devoted to editorial design – the ‘Front matter’ section includes articles about a new type scheme for students and Nora Krug’s stunning graphic memoir, while the ‘Uncoated’ section tackles punk graphics at Cranbrook, the nude in graphic design and Women Design, reviewed by Ruth Sykes.

For the opener ‘The sound and the echo’, editor John L. Walters invited three forthright mag world figures to discuss the challenges facing magazines today. Angharad Lewis, author of So you want to publish a magazine?, writes about the printed media’s significance for writer and editors; magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie notes that ‘today’s technology has made it easier than ever to produce mags to a high finish in affordable quantities’; and Samir ‘Mr Magazine’ Husni says: ‘We don’t have a magazine problem in this digital age; we have a problem with the business model.’

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