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The March 2013 edition of desktop magazine (issue #291) is now on newsstands and available until the end of the month. This issue is themed around the 1990s – examining the impact of the decade on today’s design industry. We look at how far we’ve come, look at what we’ve preserved and consider what we may have lost along the way.
The issue features a cover designed by Sean Hogan from Melbourne-based design studio Trampoline, including a high build spot UV by Avon Graphics. This issue continues with the spine graphic series designed by Bianca Chang (and photographed by Jacob Ring).
INSIDE THE ISSUE:
Feature: Anecdotal evidence
Designers who helped define the decade share their stories – Stefan Sagmeister, Mat Cook, Debbie Millman, Kate Leury Nielsen, Marc Bessant and Richard Smith.
Profile: Sean Hogan
Still just as passionate about experimentation as he was when he started Trampoline (in 1996), Sean Hogan discusses design education in the ’90s, mentorships, and the search for meaning in art.
Six Australian designers, a ctive and influential during the ’90s, were invited to select a piece of design they created during the decade and remake it as if the brief had been received today.
Then & Now: Lynda Warner / Andrew Hoyne
Two designers look back at their practice in the ’90s and compare it to their experiences within the design industry today. We feature Lynda Warner and Andrew Hoyne.
Project: OK! Computer
Warren Taylor recounts his recent experiment with ’90s technology – inviting six students to redesign iconic ’90s albums using a 1997 PowerMac G3.
Praxis – Poster design
Mark Gowing shares some thoughts on how to conceptually develop and design an effective poster.
Subscribe to desktop magazine – both print and digital options available. If you subscribe before 31 March 2013, you’ll receive a Rhodia Dot Pad Set, courtesy of Notemaker (conditions apply).