Eye Magazine, Issue 102, Type Special
The International Review of Graphic 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.
As you will see in this special issue focused on typography, there are so many possibilities for contemporary designers and typographers, that some are inclined to look wistfully at an age where constraints and obstacles were considered essential to unlocking creativity. Perhaps the next "golden age of typography" lies in all the new scripts, glyphs and languages we are just starting to recognize.
Includes an interview with Thomas Huot-Marchand, and articles on the work of Spanish type designer Laura Meseguer; Indian design studio November; the iconic film visual identities of Joe Caroff; and the persistent influence of Nebiolo, Italy's renowned type foundry. Issue 102 also includes a "global type tour," an extensive report from Typographics 21; an op-ed about rebalancing the design canon to be more inclusive of women's roles in design history; and reviews of over 15 different contemporary design and typography titles.
Art directed by Simon Esterson
Published by Eye Magazine Ltd., 2021
112 pages, full color, 9.45 × 11.75 inches