It defines itself as "the international review of graphic design "and, indeed, the magazine founded in 1990 by Rick Poynor and today directed by John L. Walters can be considered a bit like the bible of the industry. Every quarter, Eye puts the latest graphics trends in black (and other colors) on white. The white, then, is not left to chance, but is that of three different types of paper that make up one of the most collected and edited magazines in the world.
The focus of the magazine is graphics and visual arts, explored with insights, interviews, comments, reviews and images.
Cover: soft in Fedrigoni cardboard 250 grams
Charts, grids and infographics became particularly familiar to all in 2020, when the old and new, hot and cold media understood that data visualization was the language of the pandemic.
This new and eagerly awaited issue of Eye Magazine, among other things, talks about just that and how even the letter press has changed to reflect the turbulent year we have passed, but it also contains interesting articles on the new fashion of printing books via corwdfunding and reflections on how much a designer should study and do research without the pressures of work and deadlines.
Covid data visualisation