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Eye on Design, Issue Three – Gossip

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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. The theme of issue #01 is Invisible; it reveals the hidden grids and codes that make up our visual world and introduce readers to the underrepresented designers responsible for creating some of the industry’s most powerful work.


“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:

Critics, moms, and check-out clerks agree it’s the #1 hottest indie mag of the season.

Eye on Design #03 is packed with stories about how design is shaping the way you communicate—truthfully, salaciously, and otherwise. Every issue of Eye on Design comes with a supplemental mini-mag, “Spotted,” our spin on a dishy tabloid that’s packed with paparazzi shots, party pages, a peek inside designers’ totes, a very special recipe from Milton Glaser, and other juicy bits.

In Eye on Design #03, read about:

  • The most famous designer feuds in history, and how one came to fisticuffs refereed by Michael Bierut.
  • The fascinating way People, America’s biggest celebrity magazine, gets made every week.
  • One designer’s shocking brush with the Pizzagate scandal.
  • Hot takes from five designers on the state of design criticism.
  • The most worrying workplace woes—culled from our anonymous tip line.
  • How suburban housewife gossip fueled the meteoric rise of kitchen mega-brand Tupperware.
  • April Greiman’s radical approach to design—we have the exclusive tell-all interview.

And so. much. more!


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