Quality control

Quality control

In last Larence King's recent interview with Philip Jones, he attributed a heft of the recent success of his eponymous publisher to Angus Hyland, stating: “The digital revolution made everything physical more important, our books became a commodity... They needed to be dramatic. Angus helped us take that to a new level.”

It may be a given that a list with an art and design focus would bestow greater freedom to an artworker, yet it is arguably still a rarity for a designer to be singled out by a publishing figurehead. Perhaps it’s because Hyland’s role itself is hard to pigeon-hole—he conce...

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