, 1865-1939, an Irish poet, playwright, and senator, is widely considered one of the great figures in the history of English-language literature. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923.
How to Visualize Poetry — And How Not to
Design Observer's poetry editor, Adam Plunkett, gives us a primer on visual poetry.
An Aposiopesis of Black Honey: or Variations on Dürer's Melancholia I
A visual poem from Jess.
A poem by Philip Schultz.
Speaking Typography: Letter as Image as Sound
Just as a poet weaves the intent of his poem into its sound and craft, so did Lissitzky, as designer, hope to marry intent with the typography and the design of the book itself. But did he?
A poem by Dairy Fried.