Véronique Vienne was a magazine art director in the USA when she began to write to better analyze and understand the work of the graphic designers, illustrators and photographers who collaborated with her.
Today she writes books and conducts workshops on design criticism as a creative tool.
Véronique Vienne a été directrice artistique aux USA avant de commencer a écrire pour mieux comprendre ce que faisaient les graphistes, illustrateurs et photographes avec qui elle collaborait.
Aujourd’hui elle écrit des livres et anime des sessions de travail sur la critique du design graphique comme outil de création.
A Brief History of the Gaze,
What we see is a construct /
Pictures and Their Frames,
Why a photograph is a thin slice of space as well as time /
Letâ€™s Celebrate the Death of the Author,
Today, appropriations are not only tolerated, they are welcome /
The Politics of Boredom,
A campaign against privatizing of public space /
Whatâ€™s What: That is The Question,
Concept design helps solve complex challenges /
Pop Culture and Pollution,
In the 1960s, Pop art was in fact "Pulp" art /
Typography and Discomfort,
Reading is as creative an activity as writing /