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Data storytelling in late Victorian London

Data storytelling in late Victorian London

Paul Kahn

The design community is currently fascinated by data storytelling. Everyone wants…
 
Seaside splendour

Seaside splendour

Justin Burns

Eclectic, yet streamlined by design. It is perhaps unsurprising that Art Deco is…
 
Many players on the Olympic stage

Many players on the Olympic stage

Mark Sinclair

Germany first hosted an Olympic Games in 1936, in Berlin and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and…
 
One hundred years new

One hundred years new

Richard Hollis

Jeremy Aynsley’s Graphic Design in Germany 1890-1945 was published almost twenty…
 
The advocacy of Tschichold

The advocacy of Tschichold

Doug Clouse

As Paul Stirton, the curator of ‘Jan Tschichold and the New Typography’ readily…
 
Where was Weimar?

Where was Weimar?

Alex J. Todd

The era of the Weimar Republic, which emerged in Germany in the wake of the First…
 
Design odyssey

Design odyssey

John L. Walters

Stanley Kubrick (1928-99) has long been the ultimate designers’ director, a man who…
 
In search of dialogue

In search of dialogue

John-Patrick Hartnett

The Design Observer (DO) blog was launched in 2003 by William Drenttel, Jessica…
 
One lifetime is not enough

One lifetime is not enough

Aileen Kwun

If you are not familiar with the joyous work of designer Gere Kavanaugh, one look at…
 
Who cares if you read?

Who cares if you read?

Adrian Shaughnessy

David Carson is indelibly linked to the notion of the ‘end of print’, encapsulated by…
 
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