Issue 327 - Digital Version


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In Issue 327 of Graphis magazine, you'll find the following articles: Ahn Sang-Soo: Going Home, by Maggie Kinser Saiki; 2GD’s Study in Contradiction, by Michael R. Gordon; DM9 DDB: Transformations, by Warren Berger; Zach Gold’s Place in the World, by Jamie Reynolds; Tadao Ando: Building Calm, by Michael Webb; and Julie Taymor: Director/Producer/Designer.


4 Editorial

8 Contributors

12 Letters

14 Starstruck: Photographs from a Fan Reviewed by Ken Coupland

14 Redemption Reviewed by Jamie Reynolds

15 World Design Reviewed by Lyle Rexer

15 Morgana 3 Reviewed by Heinke Jenssen

16 Found Image: Under the Knife in Spin City By Rick Poynor

18 Going Dutch in Japan By Maggie Kinser Saiki

20 Consumer Products By Yanitza Tavarez

30 Ahn Sang-Soo: Going Home
For this typographically-minded Korean, design and national identity aren't only related, they're inseparable. By Maggie Kinser Saiki

50 2GD's Study in Contradiction
By reconciling their battling impulses, 2GD mixes rebelliousness with the national railway, Dadaism with Danish institutions, and a lofty, global vision with a Copenhagen locale. By Michael R. Gordon

62 DM9 DDB: Transformations
The story of how one Sao Paolo ad agency went from underdog to undefeated. By Warren Berger

82 Zach Gold's Place in the World
This young New York photographer's computer-altered images challenge our very notion of what fashion photography is all about. By Jamie Reynolds

88 Tadao Ando: Building Calm
Self-taught Japanese architect Tadao Ando has spent a lifetime honing his own rigorous simplicity. By Michael Webb

102 Julie Taymor Director/Producer/Designer

113 German By Heinke Jenssen

129 French By Caroline Droz

146 Eva Eisler Jewelry/Furniture Design

150 Caroline Casey Furniture Design

154 Leslie Evans Graphic Design