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Some of the biggest names in art and design have created new works which “represent the truth around climate change” for a new auction hosted by London-based design studio Accept & Proceed.

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Supertall buildings don’t just have to be places for people to live and work. Futuristic concepts imagine skyscrapers as landfills, forests, data storage towers, and even permanent refugee camps.

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In anticipation of Tomorrowland’s 15th anniversary, the Belgium-based festival commissioned Danish artist Thomas Dambo (previously) to build seven of his world-renowned trolls throughout the De Schoore area in Boom. Like his previous installations in Copenhagen, South Korea, and northern Illin

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The Norwich-based writer and designer talks us through his new historical study of a particularly cheerful moment in graphic design history.

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Take a look at this May edition of Things for all the photography publications and illustration zines you could ask for.

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In Nihonbashi, a business district of Tokyo named for an old, beautiful bridge that has been obscured by an expressway, it is very difficult for a foreigner to get cash. When I was in Tokyo last week to give a talk, the first two ATM machines I tried refused to cooperate with my American debit cards. The third one worked, giving me large, beautifully designed ¥10,000 bills featuring a dot portrait of a somewhat glum Yukichi Fukuzawa, scholar and founder of Keio University.
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Right now, one of the world’s largest mass gatherings is taking place in the desert of Saudi Arabia. The hajj, the yearly pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest sites, is required of every observant Muslim who can perform it. More than 2 million people have poured into the country, over land, by air, and in massive charter deployments, from essentially every place around the globe where Muslims reside.
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The headlines about the trade wars being touched off by President Trump’s new tariffs may telegraph plenty of bombast and shots fired, but the most consequential war being waged today is a quieter sort of conflict: It’s the new Cold War over data protection. While the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica crisis currently burns as the latest, hottest flare-up in this simmering conflict, tensions may increase even more on May 25, 2018, when the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect.
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“I think we can definitely make it to the finals,” says coach Elliot Hayes. “Sweden first, should be a tough game but they’re beatable.”

They go into the video game tournament in California with a confident swagger, having won all 15 of their group stage matches.

“I don’t think people thought we’d do good at the qualifying,” says Mikey B, whose hero is called Tracer. “We showed that we are actually a good team.”

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from early july until late november 2017, LG are seeking to aid creatives in developing new products and architectural projects using their latest lighting innovation. the thin, lightweight and ultra-flexible OLED panels stimulate a vast range of new application opportunities, whilst still delivering natural illumination. the LG OLED light collaboration program supports designers, manufacturers and architects alike to transform their, once seemingly impossible ideas due to economics or access, into reality.
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