…his career can be crudely divided into two halves: first, there was the wartime poster artist; second, the hard-edged corporate identity specialist of the 1960s and 1970s. But it is my contention that there is a defining third phase, marked by his withdrawal from consultancy life in 1980 when he freed himself from commercial pressures and took up various causes that linked him to the more progressive wing of graphic design: causes such as design education; the championing of radical designers through his writing and his membership of AGI, and his readiness to speak out against the Thatcherisation of the design profession…
a short piece by adrian shaughnessy on fhk henrion over at unit editions
ever wanted to see all the passports in the world in one place? or even to sort them by colour?
then you should probably take a look at the passport index
some of the pieces for the upcoming fotofestival naarden 2015 which we are currently working on
unit editions are due to release yet another great book: spin 360, celebrating the work of unit co-founder tony brook and his studio