Graphic Exchange, December 2001



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NOT EVERYTHING ABOUT TRANSPARENCY IS APPARENT
by Lerrick Starr
Adobe Illustrator's new transparency features may thrill designers, but how will PostScript RIPs handle them when it's time for output?
 

WHERE IS KAI KRAUSE?
by Ron Giddings
Corel's newest version of Bryce is worthy of its heritage, but what's become of Bryce's originator since MetaCreations' exit from the digital graphics market?
 

CHALK + CHEESE
by Nick Shinn
Contrasting design thought processes: the expansion of a successful commercial font family, and the creation of the Mordecai Richler commemorative typeface.
 

NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T
 

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR 10
by Lidka Schuch
Big, bold and beautiful to the web and back.

 

NEWS

Special Report: WILL WINDOWS XP MAKE MULTIMEDIA PRODUCERS SWITCH?
by Bob Connolly
Windows XP looks good, but with the arrival of Final Cut Pro 3, OS X may look even better - and a standard MPEG-4 format could finally open the broadband highway.
 

LETTERS