Editors

Jon Rogers
Pete Thomas
Michelle Thorne

Editorial Design & Art Direction

Pete Thomas

Digital Design & Web Development

Rainbow Unicorn

Digital Concept

Julia Kloiber

Illustration

Eleni Kalorkoti
Pete Thomas
Thomas Mayo
Giulia Garbin

Photography

Sean Dooley
Alun Callender
Romit Raj
SHARE Lab & NID

Typeface

Fjalla One by Sorkin Type
Open Sans by Ascender Corporation
Zilla by Typotheque

Print

Cambrian Printers

Thanks

We couldn’t have made this without the help and goodwill of our contributors and
supporters, thanks.

Front Cover

Thomas Mayo’s Studio
Photography Sean Dooley

Viewpoint

From Gut to Gaia
Illustrated by Eleni Kalorkoti

Briefing

Browser Market Share
Illustrated by Pete Thomas

Interview

Gillian Crampton Smith
Photography Alun Callender

Life & Death

Alang Shipbreakers
Documentation by SHARE Lab & NID
Early types of Electric lighting
Wellcome Library, London
Household fan
Ernesto Oroza
Outline of a Pentalobe screw
commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pentalobular.svg

Zilla

Typeface development images
Typotheque / Mozilla
Illustration
Thomas Mayo
Photography
Sean Dooley

The Internet as a Lota

North Indian Brass Lota
Image © Victoria and Albert Museum

A Medieval Crash

Illustrated by Giulia Garbin

A Gandhian Dream

Photography Romit Raj

Evolutionary Craft

Workmen at Clonbrock Estate, Ahascragh, County Galway, Ireland 1870s
National Library of Ireland on The Commons. No restrictions, via Wikimedia
Commons.
Darwin’s finches or Galapagos finches.
John Gould. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.
The range of English billhooks.
Jack Wilson. Originallly published in The Countryman 1982.
Spear and Jackson Catalogue, 1955
by permission, www.timelesstools.co.uk

Every effort has been made to trace and contact the copyright holders of the
images reproduced in this magazine. Unless otherwise noted, the text of the
magazine is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

Ding

Issue 1
Published September 2017 by
Visual Research Centre,
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, University of Dundee.

ISBN: 1-899837-77-9

Supported by Mozilla

A viewpoint on Craft and the Internet
Who Controls the Internet?
Ethical Tech around the World
Interview with Gillian Crampton Smith
Life & Death
Typographic Craft
The Internet as a Lota
A Medieval Crash
A Gandhian Dream
Evolutionary Craft