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Erik Spiekermann, typographer and designer
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Erik Spiekermann, typographer and designer

Erik Spiekermann is an ever-present figure in modern graphic design, known as much for his witty conference presence as for his typefaces, wayfinding systems and editorial designs. He recently opened p98a, an experimental letterpress workshop in Berlin, where he offers...
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New York Times Magazine type speciman
Detailed

New York Times Magazine type speciman

Everyone reading the Journal will know how much care and attention The New York Times Magazine puts into its design and art direction; its what lifts its above so many other publications, and why it wins award after award (the...
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Migrant Journal #2
Page 23

Migrant Journal #2

In the first of a new series of posts on the Journal, we look in detail at page 23 of the newly released second edition of Migrant Journal. Published as a pre-planned series of six issues, Migrant Journal looks at...
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Hamish Muir, MuirMcNeil
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Hamish Muir, MuirMcNeil

Graphic designer Hamish Muir teaches at London College of Communication, and co-founded MuirMcNeil, a project-based collaborative design practice with Paul McNeil, in 2009. Before that he was a key part of the London-based Studio 8vo (1985-2001), and was co-editor of...
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Spin: Adventures in Typography #1
Magazine of the week

Spin: Adventures in Typography #1

This new magazine from design publisher Unit Editions arrives with huge expectation for anyone who follows them and sister company, design studio Spin. Together they have developed a strong reputation for the quality of every elements of their books: the...
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Racquet #2
Out now

Racquet #2

We praised the first issue of Racquet for the way it expresed a love for tennis via illustration and some healthy nostalgia, and the recent second edition continues both approaches. Again the cover sets the visual tone, calmly using a...
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