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Fukt is a magazine, based in Berlin, dedicated to contemporary drawing. Overseen, since 2001 by editor Björn Hegardt, it is a visual celebration of the medium and has featured the likes of David Shrigley, Keith Haring, Tracey Emin, Louise Bourgeois and William Kentridge alongside new and exciting artists over its span of 16 issues.

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Jackalope Hotels is a luxury hospitality experience developed by Melbourne-based Louis Li, a hotelier described as having a penchant for the avant-garde. The first Jackalope Hotel is situated in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. It is unique in its location, surrounded by the hotel’s vineyard, in its architecture and interior by Carr Design, and in its visual identity, created by Fabio Ongarato Design.

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Ai Weiwei has worked with Public Art Fund to present Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, a vast, citywide exhibition across New York City, opening today. Inspired by the international migration crisis and current geopolitical landscape, the show “transforms the security fence into a powerful social and artistic symbol”. It is the artist’s largest project to date and one of the most extensive public art shows ever organised in New York City.

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Earlier this year it was announced that a new high-street brand was launching, Arket, a name deriving from the Swedish translation, meaning “sheet of paper”. On the surface, the branding is simplistically elegant and evocative of its values and products.

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LinkedIn's native video launch drew attention from advertisers Still in closed beta phase, the new offering will live directly on a feed as a standalone post (as opposed to pre- or post-roll ads). The video ads will look like any other piece of content on LinkedIn's feed but will be marked as "Promoted".
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Photographer Kerry Dean has shot fashion editorials for a stack of global publications and clients, among them i-D, Russian Vogue, AnOther, Nike, Preen and Christopher Raeburn, with exotic backdrops revealing a predilection for far-flung locations. A closer look at Kerry’s portfolio sees a particular fascination with Mongolia, a country she has been visiting since 2005. “I was searching for somewhere wild, open and remote; I guess it was a knee-jerk reaction, to the London life I was living, it was about getting as far away from that as possible, both geographically and metaphorically,” she tells It’s Nice That.

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Award-winning Madrid design studio Naranjo — Etxeberria, whose portfolio of solid design work has been featured liberally on It’s Nice That over the years, has revealed the concept, design and create direction of this year’s Club de Creativos Spanish Advertising Annual.

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All of us are recorded on surveillance cameras dozens of times per day. And soon many of us will be unlocking new iPhones with our faces. As facial recognition technology continues to improve, there is a danger that it can be combined with the ample existing footage of us to invade our privacy in new ways.
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Imagine if you could get through airport security without having to stop and wait at a counter or metal detector. Well, officials in Dubai reckon they've got a technological solution that would allow you to keep walking, as you're being scanned.
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Chinese artist and human rights activist Ai Weiwei has re-interpreted the security fence in three structures in New York City, to campaign against President Trump’s tightening immigration controls and US-Mexico border wall.

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In a bold and punchy move, British fashion brand Jigsaw has released its new AW17 campaign featuring the tagline “Heart Immigration,” which also includes a manifesto published on the brand’s website and Twitter account. The campaign, design by London-based creative agency The Corner, features a host of diverse models in a typical Jigsaw-style stately home and has taken over London’s Oxford Circus underground station.

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A symposium taking place at Dutch Design Week later this month will discuss the rapid depletion of the world's sand reserves, which could leave supplies of the high-quality sand used in the glass industry exhausted within 20 years.
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Tomorrow, on 12 October, the Design and Technology Association (DATA) will host a discussion at the House of Commons around the issue of how to best train the next generation of designers and engineers. The discussion is taking place in conjunction with the All-Party Group on Innovation and Design, and Edge Foundation, with an audience of influential individuals from across government as well as educators and design experts.

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New York studio Bureau V has attached a spiky-backed snug and a fabric-covered galley kitchen to a prototype micro home, which is on show in Brooklyn. The second iteration of MINI Living’s Urban Cabin project is installed in the courtyard at creative venue A/D/O in Greenpoint. Created as a model for a tiny living space, the timber structure is designed to house up to two people, and to be added to in various ways by different designers and architects around the world. In each guise, it is intended to “offer a solution to the modern challenges of urban living in the form of a micro-living, shared-housing concept”, said the MINI Living team.
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If we asked you about Rei Kawakubo, the Japanese designer behind the clothing brand Comme des Garçons, your mind probably wouldn’t jump straight to furniture. However, with yesterday’s opening of The furniture of Rei Kawakubo, at Gallerie A1043 in Paris, that may be about to change. The exhibition consists of fifteen pieces of furniture produced by the designer which, due to their limited production, have remained largely unknown until now.

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