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Looking into how Punchcut uses Studio to design products for the next generation.
When studying towards her A-Levels, Dorothee found out that posters are designed by people called graphic designers, and the rest is history. Today, she regularly collaborates with Kaj Lehmann including on a recent identity for an exhibition of 40 artists in Zurich.
What do “junk food”, “soccer mom”, “zip code”, “gentrification” and “fake news” all have in common? In two new publications, the Greek designer talks us through some of the 60 new terms added to the dictionary from 1960-2018.
The Sagoskatt range of soft toys returns for its fifth year, directly inspired by the coloured-pencil creations of children across the globe, featuring Gurki the cucumber superhero and Rainbow Kid, who wears socks to keep warm in the sky.
We’ve just quietly launched something. It’s called Beautiful News. It surfaces and visualises all the amazing things happening in the world. The things we don’t see because we’re fixated on the drama and horror of the news. It’s been a year in the making – research, visualisation and design. And it will gently unfold over […]
Taschen’s new publication Web Design: The Evolution of the Digital World 1990 – Today – written by Rob Ford, founder of FWA, and edited by Julius Wiedemann – goes on a visual journey to the very earliest examples of the web.
While statistics on recycling vary, the consensus remains that we do not do enough (collectively or individually). The reasons range from improper sorting to ignored or unknown classifications, but one product could ease the burden of sorting and empower the broader population to recycle with results. UK-based Cohda Design Works recently unveiled the R.I.D, a…
Rome wasn't built in a day – much like the world-famous companies that we all recognize today. Even they had to start from something – and you might be surprised when you find out that quite a few of them started out by doing things completely different than they are doing now.
A trailer for Tate Britain’s major Blake exhibition, opening today, sees the characters in his paintings brought to life as giant spectres and digitally graffitied on landmark buildings around the city.