D&AD Festival is back for a second year, bringing you the biggest hive-mind of creative excellence across the industry.
Pioneering philosopher Suzanne Langer on the purpose of art and how abstract thinking gives shape to human emotion…
Merce Cunningham would have been 98 years old today. In honor of his birthday, we are resharing this Six Sides of Merce mini-documentary.
The following is an open letter from Professors Victor Margolin and Ezio Manzini urging all designers to act and respond to the crisis affecting democracy.
Into the Unknown: A Journey Through Science Fiction will take place at London’s Barbican centre later this summer, exploring how sci-fi permeates popular culture. The exhibition will screen bits of the Black Mirror episode, “15 Million Merits”, which features Get Out’s Daniel Kaluuya.
The Roster is on a mission to change the way agencies find the best freelancers in London. Covering graphic design, illustration, photography, art, product design, architecture, advertising & multimedia from around the globe.
From the 80s rave scene to the East London grime MCs of the early 00s, a new exhibition offers an ode to the unity of British youth and its subcultures
The word “design” typically evokes images of hand-drawn sketches, color palettes, computer modeling or visually stunning products or space. But we want to explore the role of design beyond its conventional take. Good design can have the power to shape behavior, and even transform lives.
In partnership with D&AD, the ADCE educational program is presenting two unique seminars offering attendants the opportunity to work on their ideas and the art of presenting them. Exclusive prices are offered for both ADCE members and non-members.
While the Philadelphia Museum of Art undergoes a three-year expansion, it’s putting some of its favorite pieces outside for the public to enjoy.
Meet the Goodnewspaper — a quarterly print newspaper that shines a light on the people, ideas and movements that are changing the world for the better, and invites you to join a global community that does the same for others.
Embrace the laughter and the games, the contradictions and the friction, the reading and the listening, the sleeping and the take-out eating. Today, the living room has space for both our needs and our dreams. Accepting and welcoming it all makes for a richer and better life.