John Berger in Ways of Seeing, broadcast by the BBC in 1972.

John Berger has been hugely influential in the fields of art, literature, art history and criticism, but his approach to books as collaborative projects has also left an indelible mark in the world of graphic design. Especially some of his earlier works which integrated text and image in an influential…

Apologies for the lateness of this article, the days have melted into weeks, into well…a bit over three weeks I think. I’ve been busy trying to survive in a city that could swallow me whole (and probably has). …

The year 1956 can be seen as the birth of British Pop Art, in the Whitechapel Gallery exhibition This is Tomorrow, and the birth of J.G Ballard, not the man himself, rather the Ballardian author. This is Tomorrow opened its doors for one month on August 9th, and received almost…

Abram Games lived a fascinating life and left behind an exceptional body of work across various disciplines of design, making the exhibition ‘Designing the 20th Century: Life and Work of Abram Games’ (Jewish Museum London, 8 September 2014–18 January 2015) a must see for anyone interested in graphic design. Seeing…

Theo Inglis

Manchester-based Graphic Designer & Writer. Author of Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design (Batsford, 2019).

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