Issue 323 - Digital Version


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September / October 1999
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Issue 323 of Graphis magazine features the following articles: Stasys: Giving Flight to a Restless Imagination, by Siegfried Mortkowitz; Louise Fili: Design Archaelogist, by Tracie Rozhan; Paolo Roversi: The Bright Side of Planet Fashion, by Prosper Keating; Mullen: Ready to Burst Through, by Ken Shulman; Dale Chihuly: Glass Artist/CEO, by Fred Moody; Jennifer Tipton: Designing Light, by Mindy Aloff; and Julian Allen: Last of the Reporter-Artists, by Véronique Vienne.


6 Editorial

8 Contributors

12 Type in Motion Reviewed by Ken Coupland

12 Richard Meier: Architect Reviewed by Edna Goldstaub-Dainotto

14 An American Century of Photography Reviewed by Lyle Rexer

14 Paul Rand Reviewed by Rynn Williams

16 Manifesto for a New Millennium By Rick Poynor

18 Consumer Products By Yanitza Tavarez

22 Stasys: Giving Flight to a Restless Imagination
Poland's Renissance man is a creative spirit so restless that when one of his art forms threatens to become obsolete, he simply moves on and masters another one. By Siegfried Mortkowitz

36 Louise Fili: Design Archaelogist
She reclaims old typefaces, researches forgotten books and artists, keeps a scrapbook of vanishing images, even hits the flea markets. This elegant New York designer excavates the past to create timeless, contemporary images. By Tracie Rozhan

52 Paolo Roversi: The Bright Side of Planet Fashion
Grungy is In, beautiful is Out. The Paris-based Roversi is one of fashion photography's romantic dissidents. An artist with nerve enough to buck the trends, working in the trendiest world of all. By Prosper Keating

68 Mullen: Ready to Burst Through
Begun as a one-man operation, founded by a case of mistaken identity, this Boston-area shop has experienced double-digit growth in twenty-eight of its thirty years in the advertising business. By Ken Shulman

84 Dale Chihuly, Glass Artist/CEO
The undisputed leader of what was once a laid-back, noncommercial arts movement, Chihuly is today one of the most famous artists in the world, overseeing a hug Seattle-based operation that's now (at least for him) anything but hands-on. By Fred Moody

96 Jennifer Tipton: Designing Light By Mindy Aloff

102 Julian Allen: Last of the Reporter-Artists By Véronique Vienne

108 Global Report

112 Type Directors Club

113 German By Heinke Jenssen

129 French By Caroline Droz

146 New York Art Directors Club Annual Rewards

154 Katrin Süss Graphic Design