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AuthorNicole Phillips
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Eye 97 is entirely devoted to editorial design – The mags profiled span both independent and mass-market titles. The ‘Front matter’ section includes articles about a new type scheme for students, while the ‘Uncoated’ section tackles punk graphics at Cranbrook, other features include Peter Biľak’s Works That Work, membership magazine, and David Crowley delights in the surrealist layouts and covers of Ty i Ja, an ambitious Polish magazine from the 1960s. Check out ‘Eye Before You Buy’ gives viewers a glimpse of the entire issue.

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The prolific Penguin designer’s site showcases a portfolio of print design and lettering that is exemplary. This is a fantastic resource of inspiration for us all to up our editorial design, critical thinking and lettering games. David Pearson writes “Jerry’s work has always resonated with me; not simply because of its precise nature but also because Jerry never forgets to have fun. His title-page spreads for the Pelican History of Art series are a perfect example – marrying the rigour of Swiss Modernism with a freedom of expression that is uniquely Jerry’s."

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Sarah’s plan is to write, design and publish a series of small books to document the Font Experiment process and share the results of each topic, while also continuing with the research. She is also writing a new novel that plunges readers right into the dystopian history of printing. This will take time and money; write and design the books, and to have them printed. You can become a part of the exclusive community that will make this happen by becoming a Patreon of her work.

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Myrna Keliher of expedition press has been furrowing her brow and further crafting Expedition’s mission, vision, and offerings. October saw her publish a bunch of new content on the website, including a manifesto and her wonderful poetry propaganda packages.

The PVS [Pre-Vinylite Society] Journal is a unique publication featuring essays, stories, interviews, and inspirations on commercial art and its contexts.” The idea for a print magazine came from PVS love of tangible objects and a desire to explore the contexts of sign painting and other applied arts. As practitioners and enthusiasts of hand painted signs, it made sense to celebrate their many contexts with a beautifully printed magazine that showcases the artistry inherent in this field.

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