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Gerard Hoffnung

The Hoffnung collection is a virtually complete record of the life of an exceptionally gifted artist and humorist from the age of 5 years until his death 29 years later. It consists of approximately 1,500 drawings and paintings and a fascinating assemblage of memorabilia

On A Road to Nowhere? Military Urbanism and the Architecture of Segregation

For example, the “Westlink” section of highway, which forms a physical “cordon sanitaire” alongside west Belfast, significantly reduced connectivity to the city center

Anita Klinz

Her work on covers for art, history and fiction titles for the great publisher Il Saggiatore di Alberto Mondadori Editore was beyond the American sense of mid-modern. Damn! Those done in the late 1950s through the 1960s were, I have to say, beyond contemporary too. They were not period or trendy, they were just perfect. I assume that Klinz’s work had long ago influenced many of the wonderful current covers sold in Feltrinelli.

One False Move

in 1971, we found that 80 per cent of 7 and 8 year old children were allowed to go to school on their own. By 1990, this figure had dropped to 9 percent.


In Radburn the entire layout was predicated on cul-de-sacs and the street network was confined to history.

Gordon Cullen Archive

Gordon Cullen, an alumnus and renowned illustrator, urban theorist, planner and architect. Illustrator of Traffic in Towns.

Big Character Posters

Big-character posters are handwritten posters displaying large Chinese characters, usually mounted on walls in public spaces such as universities

Fred Toller

Fred Troller and his family liked to entertain. On any given holiday, it was routine to see such friends as Paul Rand, Rudolph de Harak, Massimo Vignelli and Keith Godard

A blueprint for better state investment

Until recently, the Irish State did not have to be good at investment. That’s because, before the 1990s, Ireland quietly dwindled. It didn’t have to get good at building homes and transport systems for a growing population because it had a shrinking population.

Dear Data

Dear Data is a year-long, analog data drawing project by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec, two award-winning information designers living on different sides of the Atlantic.

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