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The art of print.

Magazine print continues to be important in a world where digital media dominates. Despite the convenience and immediacy of online content, print magazines provide a tangible experience that cannot be replicated digitally. The physicality of a magazine allows for a deeper level of engagement with the content. Additionally, the editorial and layout of print magazines offer a unique visual and textual experience that often cannot be matched by online content. Finally, print magazines provide a break from the constant bombardment of digital media, allowing readers to disconnect and focus on a selection of topical content.

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The poster artist Eric Pulford, who has died aged 89, was the single most important figure in the history of the British film poster and responsible for some 1,000 designs during almost 50 years. Simultaneously he marshalled a team of artists the like of which is unlikely to be seen again.

Yet he remains a great unknown name of British cinema.

Sim Branaghan | The Guardian | Thursday 15 September 2005