March / April 2002
Cover Image: Portrait of Marty Neumeier
Photo by Kevin Irby
In Issue 338 of Graphis magazine, you'll find the following articles: Out of Time: Collecting with Norman Brosterman, by Todd Alden; The Galeries Lafayette billboard campaign, by Brigitte David; Turbo2000 in 2001, by Susanna Sirefman; The Three Faces of Tatsuo Ebina, by Michael Kaplan; Chip Kidd: Cover to Cover, by Ken Coupland; Henk Stallinga: Objects as Statements, by Tracy Metz; Fernando Gutiérrez; Latin Aloofness, by Hugh Aldersey-Williams; Interview with Marty Neumeier: Life after Critique, by Chris Barnett; Finland’s Lahti Poster Biennial; The Concept of Tony Palladino’s Universe; and Lloyd Ziff: The Lord in the Condé Nast Empire, by Véronique Vienne.
10 We've Seen It All By Véronique Vienne
11 "It was such a beautiful day" By Guy Billout
12 Q&A Uwe Loesch
14 Hippolyte's Island Reviewed by Andrea Birnbaum
16 Smile I-D and Art Cuba Reviewed by Jane Harris
18 Cowpuncher Reviewed by Mike Hicks
24 Out of Time, Collecting with Norman Brosterman By Todd Alden
A collection of fantastic and speculative designs, by sci-fi artists, for an imaginary future.
32 The Galeries Lafayette billboard campaign By Brigitte David
36 Turbo2000 in 2001 By Susanna Sirefman
Branding entertainment spaces--the futuristic Copenhagen interiors of Johannes Torpe.
44 The Three Faces of Tatsuo Ebina By Michael Kaplan
With a surreal sense of humor, Ebina subverts Japanese advertising while honoring both emerging talents and old masters
62 Chip Kidd: Cover to Cover By Ken Coupland
A rising star of book design has written his first book The Cheese Monkeys--a fictional autobiography on the education of a graphic designer.
76 Henk Stallinga: Objects as Statements By Tracy Metz
This Dutch industrial/product designer invents new products and new archetypes to question the very nature of design.
84 Fernando Gutiérrez; Latin Aloofness By Hugh Aldersey-Williams
Pentagram's newest partner tempers Spanish blood with English cool. He promises to take the famous Anglo-American partnership into a new direction.
94 Interview with Marty Neumeier: Life after Critique By Chris Barnett
How Marty Neumiere lost 2.5 million of his own dollars publishing Critique and why he's smiling today.
104 Finland's Lahti Poster Biennial
A selection of the best posters from 2001--presented at the Lahti City Museum in Finland.
116 The Concept of Tony Palladino's Universe
Honoring the school of the Big idea, Palladino applies his fine-art sensibility to both advertising and design.
124 Lloyd Ziff: The Lord in the Condé Nast Empire By Véronique Vienne
Having coasted through several jobs as art director at Condé Nast, Ziff turns to his photography full time.
145 Japanese By Yoko Minai, Typesetting by Ray Liu
149 Spanish By Rita Garcia
153 German By Heinke Jenssen
157 French By Caroline Droz, Charlotte Rahola