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AIGA Eye on Design blog contributor (2015)

Communication ArtsBook reviews: December 1991 to present; Articles: January 2001 to present:

It Takes a Village: Nurturing a new wave of innovative type designers at Incubator, Jan/Feb 2014
Hamilton Wood Type: A new foundry celebrates and old type form, May/Jun 2013
Ale Paul: A Q&A uncovers this type designer’s inspiration and process, Mar/Apr 2013
Visual Dialogue: A firm makes good on meaningful and memorable design, Mar/Apr 2013
Inkling: No More Ugly Textbooks, Nov/Dec 2012
James de Vries: Editorial Re-imagining at the Harvard Business Review, Jul/Aug 2012
Commercial Type, Mar/Apr 2012
As the Type Directors Club turns 65, Angelynn Grant looks back at its history and toward its future, Jan/Feb 2012
@font-face: Is “Good Web Typography” No Longer an Oxymoron?, Jan/Feb 2011
Underware: A 21st-century virtual studio bent on creating delicious typography, Mar/Apr 2011
The Creative Process Behind Eames Century Modern, Mar/Apr 2010
Fifty Years of TV Graphics, Mar/Apr 2009
Blogging about Type, Nov 2008
MyFonts.com: Changing the Way Type is Bought and Sold, Jan/Feb 2008
OpenType, Jan/Feb 2007
Global Typography, Aug 2006
Tall buildings, smart people and ogoneks, Dec, 2005
House Industries unveils the Ed Benguiat Collection, Dec 2004
Album Cover Design: Past Influences, Present Struggles & Future Predictions, Jan/Feb 2001

Jazz Gráfico:

The Golden Age of Jazz Covers,” an essay on the history of jazz album cover design, complete with interviews with outstanding artists in that field, Jim Flora and Burt Goldblatt. This material first appeared in the catalogue for the April 1999 companion catalogue for the exhibit “Jazz Gráfico” at Spain’s Institut Valencia d’Art Modern. You can also read the unedited transcript of my entire interview with Jim Flora.

Amazon.com:

Book reviews & interviews: Computers & Internet division, 1999 to 2004

Print Magazine:

Article: Sans Serif Hieroglyphics, May/Jun 1996

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