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In 1994, Paola Antonelli applied to a job advert in the back pages of _i-D_ magazine for a curatorial position at MoMA. 23 years later she is senior curator of the museum’€™s architecture and design department and director of research and development. In two decades, Paola has built a legacy that has pushed the institution to consider video games museum worthy, the @ sign as an exhibit, emoticons as something we should immortalise and the humble white T-shirt as a historical artefact. But where does this passion for pushing the definition of design come from? And how has this been shaped over the years?

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Design be its nature can be prescriptive, and as much as you love a certain piece of furniture it may not always be a great fit for the space you have. Tylko was founded to allow individuals to create bespoke furniture while still getting the vision offered by a designer. Embracing technology, design and the unique demands of every customer, Tylko provides long-lasting and durable furniture that is built to fit any space and can be used for a plethora of purposes. The process requires no design knowledge whatsoever, and allows each customer to order perfectly fitting, functional furniture that looks great.

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Jamie Bartlett, author of The Dark Net and director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at Demos, argued that the problems the internet presented today stemmed from two paradoxical characteristics: that it has become both too centralised and decentralised.

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Popchips: formerly hired Katy Perry as brand ambassador It is the first time the 10-year-old brand, which markets itself as a healthier alternative to conventional crisps, will bring US and UK strategy and creative together. 18 Feet & Rising won the business after a competitive pitch.
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October, the month where the air gets crisper, the leaves fall from the trees and we celebrate the end of the month with a pagan festival involving pumpkins and Haribo. As the nights draw in and winter’s cold embrace grows stronger, we have taken the time to find the best goings-on around the world to warm your creative minds. h3. “Ann Veronica Janssens”:http://whitecube.com/exhibitions/ann_veronica_janssens_inside_the_white_cube_2017/
White Cube, London
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The rebrand includes a new logo and tagline, "How’s work?", which is intended to open a dialogue between Nabs and people in the industry and reflect its mission to support, improve and champion the wellbeing of employees and employers.
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As Paris fashion week came to a close it was announced that brands must label all ads if the image has been retouched, notably the body shape. This is a massive step forward in the industry, where model sizes have been dropping and in the last few big campaigns from brands including American Apparel and YSL have been criticised for using dangerously thin girls.
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Given the founders of graphic design studio Avant Post met while studying in the south of France, it’€™s perhaps unsurprising that their work has quite a beachy vibe. The trio’€™s most recent site update is awash with shots of their latest project work amid sand and palm trees, plus there’€™s Wham-worthy tropical colour palettes a-plenty.

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Bright, colorful leaves, rainy days, Halloween. That’s October — at least if you’re living in the Northern hemisphere. To provide you with some fresh inspiration even when the weather is gray, artists and designers from across the globe once again challenged their creative skills to design beautiful, one-of-a-kind (and this time around also spooky) wallpapers for you to indulge in.
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UKIP has unveiled a new logo at its party conference today but has been bet with immediate ridicule for its similarity to the Premier League’€™s marque. Having dropped the yellow and purple logo that incorporated a pound symbol, the new UKIP logo features a lion with the stripes of the union flag running through its mane.

 

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The Lisson Gallery has announced the release of _Artist, Work, Lisson_ documenting the history and legacy of the gallery as a celebration of its 50th anniversary. Under the art direction of Dutch designer Irma Boom, the publication features an A-to-Z of every artist who has ever had a solo show during this time and will be available from October.

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Not all fashion magazines are created equal. Take _Cactus_. The Italian team commissions work by the freshest, most left-field image-makers and bundles it into a compendium of brick-like heft. Its fifth issue is dedicated to the interface between bodies and technology, challenging photographers, designers and stylists to ask questions about the potential of human-machine communication. What kind of images, for example, would be produced by a technologically simulated consciousness? And how will gender evolve in the realm of AI?

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London Design Festival wrapped up last week, so, to fill the design shaped hole in our hearts we are getting excited about Northern Design Festival (NDF) which kicks off on 3 November.

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Where do the weeks go eh? September feels like it’s only just begun, but here we find ourselves tripping into October like it’s a piece of loose carpet on the stairs. So as we nurse our sore toes, let’s take a look at this week’s Best of the Web. For this addition we’ve got people drawing logos from memory, a museum of selfies and a scary video about how Facebook is taking over our lives. Enjoy!

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Double Standards has created a typography-led identity for the theatre company Berliner Ensemble inspired by the playwright Bertolt Brecht. The German radical, who performed at the theatre in 1954, shocked the arts scene when he emerged in the 1930s by depicting the everyday life of working class people on stage and by using theatre to discuss larger societal issues rather than individual tragedy. Berlin studio Double Standards aimed to echo Brecht’s bold approach by referencing the visual language of the everyday. ’€œWe wanted it to feel almost like a supermarket display, like an newspaper with a bold headline,’€ says Double Standards founder Chris Rehberger.

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