Eye on Design, Issue Four – Worth
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Eye on Design turns a well trained eye on the best new work from the world’s most exciting designers.
Every issue of Eye on Design’s tri-annual magazine explores a new theme that highlights the unexpected intersections of design and the wider world. With each issue, the magazine publishers invite a new guest designer to take the helm and push the boundaries of editorial design, bringing fresh, provocative ideas to life.
“A crisply designed think tank of articles and essays; more literary journal than design showcase.”—Creative Bloq
“A really fascinating piece of magazine-making”—Stack
“The editorial conversation swings effortlessly from print to coding to art, addressing the personal and the political as well as both the detailed and the general.”—magCulture
In this issue:
Eye on Design #04 is the “Worth” issue, filled with stories that question the way we value design—measured in money, power, influence, and feelings. Come along as we:
- Chart the rise of design’s women CEOs.
- Calculate empathy as a budgetary item.
- Scratch our heads over the whole Universal Basic Income thing.
- Map the trail of designers flocking to the West Coast.
- Figure out who’s making money in graphic design—and how the hell they’re doing it.
Sneak peek at the Table of Contents:
- New global survey of gender equality at design conferences—you’ll want to see our tally of the speakers who got the most time on stage.
- Rare conversation with 1970s aerosol artist PHASE 2, whose flyers defined hip-hop style.
- Road trip to the lab where the world’s most valuable shade of red is being made—we have the photos to prove it.
- How to get your American O-1 nonimmigrant visa—real talk from a real-life immigrant with Extraordinary Abilities.
- Plus games, quizzes, jokes, and more.
Featuring: Khoi Vinh, Lance Wyman, Tea Uglow, Paula Scher, Natasha Jen, Sairah Ashman, Min Lew, Keith Yamashita, Lindsay Ballant, Michael Ventura, Noemie Le Co
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