Archive for category: The death of graphic-design criticism

The long, slow, deserved death of “traditional” graphic-design criticism. Its practitioners will be the last to know


Reading this issue of Eye, I conclude that Christian Schwartz could really use a fun night out at the Steamworks


Rick Poynor disingenuously states that graphic-design history picks winners and losers. He’s one of the pickers


Issue 80 of Eye is riven with structural defects and contradictions


Eye’s lead writer “interviews” its editor for the blog of a rival publication


Winter 2010 and Spring 2011. Did you know Ontario Hydro was “state-owned”?


Hymowitz’s Manning Up is a book about design wearing the drag of a book about men (really women)


The best design magazine ever continues its decline


Established design critic John Thackara thinks kids today should live in squats and write design criticism for 12¢ a pageview


Eye’s “Berlin special” is more like a series of blog posts, which, oddly, they also published

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