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Marcus Lyall and Adam Smith describe their work designing shows for The Chemical Brothers, including stage design, lighting design and movie-making.

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Creative Applications

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“In the early ’90s, engineer, designer, and executive leader John Maeda started making interactive, or what he called “reactive,” graphics in C language for the 68k Apple Macintosh. As the web started to take off in the mid-’90s, John moved to Java and in parallel joined the MIT Media Lab to recruit talent at the intersection of design and tech. Join John as he explores early work that he made for the computer back in the ’90s that doesn’t work anymore on modern computers.”
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Map enthusiast and researcher Kerim Bayer has drawn from his collection of 1,366 maps to create a graphic-design book containing 5,180 thumbnail images.

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FuturePunk, AKA xxSwagMasterYolo420xx, is a graphic designer with a rather colorful past who has been creating designs professionally since he was 18. He discovered synthwave, simpsonswave, and vaporwave in 2016 after catching the flu and since then has been “riding the retro-wave” and creating graphics and animations inspired by what the artist calls “the greatest decade in the history of mankind” – the 80s.
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A/D/O's Water Futures Design Challenge recently announced their 9 shortlisted finalists in all three categories: Future Systems & Infrastructure, Future Objects and Materials and Future Information and Communication. For the next phase in the competition, each finalist will be paired with a mentor that will help give suggestions and provide guidance throughout the research and development phases.
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The Shoreditch Design Triangle is a loose association of shops, exhibitions and showrooms, united by little more than geography, but it always serves up something wonderful, and often something pretty weird too. Starting with the latter, London-based Mexican designer Fernando Laposse transformed the entrance to CitizenM’s Shoreditch hotel into Sisal Sanctum – an outdoor seating area protected by pretty gloomy looking “giant guardians” – all entirely made out of sisal, a natural fiber harvested from a species of Agave cactus found in the South of Mexico.
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The Next Web

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Battery life has always been the great equalizer in tech. Sure, we can make incredibly powerful laptops, but that doesn’t matter much to the average person if it won’t last you through a workday in a portable form factor.
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The curator of a new exhibition on punk graphics at Detroit’s Cranbrook Art Museum, has selected five key works that explore the movement in the United States and United Kingdom.

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Inspired by the iridescence and rarity of the pearl, Pearl is a premium milk mixer infused with pearlescent dust. Envisaged to be used as a base eccentric cocktails and to consume in a bar or to mark a special occasion. ‘A mixer to truly treasure’.

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Design Week

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A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum shows the graphics and prints of female designers who have been “criminally neglected”, curator David Bownes tells us. Now, contributors tell us about the women from design history who have not received the recognition they deserve.
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Creative Review

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It was a sad day for readers when Emigre ceased publication in 2005. For 19 years the magazine edited and designed by Rudy VanderLans in California had been at the heart of discussion about graphic design. Anyone who didn’t bother to look at – and read – the large-format pages during the crucial years of the late 1980s to the mid-1990s had no idea what was really going on. When Massimo Vignelli, no less, made his famous attack on Emigre in 1991, calling it a “factory of garbage”, “an aberration of culture” and even a “national calamity”, it was confirmation that Emigre was making an unignorable impact on traditional conceptions of graphic design, whether classical or modernist. It was highly original, it was bursting with ideas and, for some, it was deeply unsettling.
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A new artificial intelligence created by Nvidia recently spat out a wild diversity of fake faces after researchers fed it thousands of real celebrity photos.

The graphics chip company is currently experimenting with a new method of training AI to generate novel faces using real photos. Nvidia researchers published their somewhat creepy results online and submitted them to the International Conference on Learning Representations 2018.

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Retail Design Blog

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Strathpine is at the heart of so many memorable moments. In collaboration with Michelle Taylor Retail Design Concepts, Dovetail Design Group have taken traditional concepts of fresh food and revived these into an artistic presentation of environmental graphics and signage design for the local shopping precinct. Distinct, bold graphic statements are reaffirmed by a variety of fresh food and native plant motifs.
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Wired

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How do you show off the most anticipated product in years? That was my dilemma with the iPhone X. Since my unit was one of the first few released into the wild, it naturally drew a lot of curiosity when I pulled it out of my pocket and gave it a dewy-eyed glance to wake it from slumber. Yes, this is the one—the iPhone that will hasten millions of upgrades, the one that’s made you ignore the hardly-knew-ye iPhone 8, announced on the same day as this one. After expressing proper admiration for its bright screen and svelte bezels, people would ask me, “What’s it do?” and I’d have to choose something that might indicate why Apple was charging $1000 for this baby.
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The Next Web

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The CEO of Nvidia, Jensen Huang, today boldly announced fully autonomous vehicles will be on the road in “no more than four years.” This may shock some, but there’s an ever-expanding list of companies in agreement. At this point, anyone who doesn’t see driverless cars as imminent is in denial.
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Rapid prototyping is a core human-centered design skill. Design that Matters uses prototypes to better communicate with stakeholders across languages and cultures, quickly testing assumptions to efficiently converge on a final solution. This essay includes six examples of insights we gained using prototypes and how we taught these methods to our social enterprise partner, MTTS.

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In January, around the time of the Women’s March on Washington, my pilates studio wrote an Audre Lorde quote on the chalkboard near the door: “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” At first it made me feel a kinship with the studio, because I like the quote and I admire Audre Lorde. But throughout the class my eyes kept wandering over to it as I tried to parse what was making me feel uneasy. I decided the quote was a ploy, a convenient way for the studio to justify a $35 exercise class. Don’t get me wrong—I believe in self care, but luxury fitness is not a radical act.

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