Peter Hall

Writer and design critic based in New York. He is a contributing editor for Metropolis magazine and research fellow for the Design Institute at the University of Minnesota, where he edits the online conference review, Knowledge Circuit. He also teaches a seminar on design theory at Yale School of Art’s MFA graphic design program. He has written widely about design in its various forms, from TV graphics and neon lights to bridges and spaceships for publications including Architecture, Creative Review, The Guardian and The New York Times. He wrote and co-edited the books Tibor Kalman: Perverse Optimist and Sagmeister: Made You Look and co-authored Pause: 59 Minutes of Motion Graphics.

Articles 3

Un interesante análisis sobre la historia, el contexto y el uso político de imágenes gráficas conformadas por multitudes: ¡la gente como pixeles!
Essays · 7 June 2005 · Spanish · 2202 words
An interesting analysis of the history, politics and context of graphic images which are composed of crowds of people: people as pixels!
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 2076 words
A brief examination of the politics, culture and designer’s role in the uses, cultural placement and proliferation of stock photography.
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 2444 words