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AFTER VICTOR PAPANEK

AFTER VICTOR PAPANEK

The Future Is Not What It Used to Be

Irene Tsatsos (Ed.)

Viennese designer and educator Viktor Papanek’s pioneering influence on sustainable, socially responsible, human-centered design is keenly relevant to current discourses in contemporary art, design and architecture.

BRICKS FROM THE KILN #1

BRICKS FROM THE KILN #1

Andrew Lister & Matthew Stuart (Eds.)

Engaging the complex world of visual communication, the exciting new journal Bricks from the Kiln expands the conversation in design and typography, striking a balance between historical research and current projects, art and graphic design.

BRICKS FROM THE KILN #2

BRICKS FROM THE KILN #2

Andrew Lister & Matthew Stuart (Eds.)

Excitingly engaged with the complex world of visual communication, the second issue of this UK-based journal includes pieces on the sound-film work of Daphne Oram and Geoffrey Jones; monuments to Kazimir Malevich, Rosa Luxemburg, and Walter Benjamin; the relocation of a defunct bookshop from Amsterdam to Epsom; and “Agatha Christie smoking Asger Jorn’s cigar.

CAN YOU FEEL IT?

CAN YOU FEEL IT?

Effectuating Tactility and Print in the Contemporary

Freek Lomme (Ed.)

After endlessly hearing that Onomatopee publications have a materiality and tactility not often experienced in recent years, editor Freek Lomme decided to create an exhibition and publication addressing the issue of tactility and print today.