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Every Word in its Place

This review of About Graphic Design written and designed by Richard Hollis (Occasional Papers, London, 2012, 295 pp.) was first published in Eye magazine no. 84, vol. 21 2012 Reading Richard Hollis’s Writings about Graphic Design, one can’t help but wonder how the esteemed graphic … Continue reading

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Set in Stone

This essay was written as part of a workshop entitled ‘Writing London’ during my candidacy for a Masters degree in Critical Writing in Art and Design at the Royal College of Art in 2011. In 1985 a Canadian man named … Continue reading

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Fluorescent Highlights

An abridged version of this essay appeared on Disegno magazine’s website in 2011. Photograph by Max Creasy from the series Constructed Forms (2011). One can tell an analogue human activity has become second nature when designers try to simulate it in the digital world. … Continue reading

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