Stunningly well produced and exquisitely designed, Eye likes to think of itself as a collectable graphic design journal, and based on the simply exceptional quality we’d have to agree with them.
This quarterly publication is dripping with excellent design, featuring insightful and intelligent examinations of topics and trends in the design world alongside looks at particularly exceptional works of design, both historical and contemporary. It also offers comment and opinion and reviews of relevant books and exhibitions. Whether you are a student, a professor, in the design industry or simply interested in it, Eye is a top quality look at the world of graphic design.
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Eye is something a little bit special. That kind of magazine that really grabs your attention, in exactly the way that the very best graphic design does. We really can’t emphasise enough just how high quality this magazine is – they really did go out of their way to create something that you would be proud to have on your shelves or coffee table. The design and layout work is, as you would expect, excellent, and the production values are high – lovely, high-quality paper with a wonderful tactile feeling and a perfect bound spins – no staples here.
We can only assume that as a design magazine you have to show off your design qualities – we can certainly assume that they would be appreciated by the audience, being able to discern fine design at 50 paces. Perhaps it’s something similar to the way that you wouldn’t trust a dieting magazine endorsed by Johnny Vegas – if you are writing about a particular subject you have to practice what you preach.
Eye really does bring you the very best from every corner of the design world, including areas that you wouldn’t necessarily have thought of – only a magazine very confident in itself could include in the same issue a feature on the design of Private Eye magazine and a look at diagrams of 18th century slave ships. NB