Jeremy Lehrer

New Dimensions of Type: Jerome Corgier's Skeletal Alphabet

The French designer Jerome Corgier, one of this year’s New Visual Artists, is a master of crafting two- and three-dimensional landscapes from type. For his newest project, called Skeletype, he has created an alphabet (minus one letter—can you find it?) from slats of wood held together with glue. Each letter seems to suggest a story,...

Beach Reading Alert! The RCA's Lively New Magazine About Death

Now that summer is almost here, there’s no better way to enjoy a day on the beach than delving into a magazine about death. That is the theme explored with life-affirming verve in the 16th issue of ARC, a magazine published by students at London’s Royal College of Art. The 82-page journal, with a...