Astrid Stavro Studio

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Tweet All images courtesy of astridstavro.com Words by Elizabeth Pollard Graphic designer and writer, Astrid Stavro, has been making tracks in the world of publishing and typography since she graduated from the Royal College of Art nearly ten years ago. Between her studio and being a contributor of Elephant magazine, Stavro makes time to exhibit […]

Meanwhile: WIP

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Words by Elizabeth Pollard Last night, in a busy, sweaty and very excited, Hoxton Gallery, was the Brighton Uni, BA Graphic Design and Illustration w.i.p show, Meanwhile, where I was absolutely blown away by the overall standard of work exhibited. I have always been under the impression the course was carried by the reputation of […]

Die Neue Typographie

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(above) Jan Tschichold : Posters of the Avantgarde Le Coultre, Martijn F.; Purvis, Alston W. Words by Eleanor French When Corrine& asked me to contribute to their Berlin week I didn’t know what to say. Berlin is overwhelming. Nightlife doesn’t start until 12 and doesn’t really end the next day. What can I say? I recently passed […]

#FontSunday

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Words by Billie Jenkins The Design Museum is doing something simple but wonderful each and every weekend, and it’s accessible whether you live on Southbank or in Dundee. Every Sunday it runs a Twitter event called #FontSunday, where it invites people to upload typography, from design classics to bizarre experiments. All you have to do is […]

Sam Winston

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Memory Palace by Sam Winston Words by Elizabeth Pollard I was first introduced to Sam Winston’s work when I was 16 or 17 when my graphic design tutor arranged for a visit to his studio and I have avidly followed his work ever since. Like the publisher Visual Editions, Winston challenges how we communicated the written […]