Eye #99

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

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Apfel
Gottschalk + Ash
Fashion logos
Inkahoots in Berlin

 

The latest issue of Eye is gloriously ‘unthemed’. After several acclaimed special issues – two on editorial design followed by a type special – the team behind Eye turned their attention to myriad examples of design for business and culture. The cover feature focuses on Gottschalk+Ash, a Swiss studio with its roots in 1960s Canada.

There is also an extensive article about Apfel aka A Practice For Everyday Life, the London studio founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas. In ‘Normcore inferno’, Elizabeth Glickfeld investigates what she terms the strange ‘double speak’ of logo design for fashion and luxury brands, while John Ridpath’s article ‘Ethics in the age of data capitalism’ asks whether we need a ‘First Things First’ for the digital world.

Other topics include Italian editorial designer Francesco Franchi; Melanie Mues’s identity for the Venice Biennale Arte 2019; Dutch studio Thonik; and a project about national identity that Australian studio Inkahoots staged in Berlin. Rick Poynor’s regular Photo Critique looks at the work of Belgian collagist Katrien De Blauwer.

Eye’s biggest-ever reviews section covers Californian designer Gere Kavanaugh, Jan Tschichold, a book about Ray Gun, Stanley Kubrick, Tim Walker, Rosmarie Tissi, mid-century design and conferences in Mexico and Italy.

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