At the Kemistry Gallery in London there is a rare opportunity (until September 27) to see film posters by the German graphic designer Hans Hillmann, who died in May.
Richard Rogers has been honored with the Coutts Lifetime Achievement Medal for his “significant and fundamental contributions to the design industry,” an announcement made as part of the London Design Festival in Rogers’ newly completed Leadenhall Building.
When littleBits launched in 2009, it looked like a product company. Its founder Ayah Bdeir had created a kit of circuit boards and electronic components that would snap together via tiny magnets.
It’s the universal question we all ask ourselves: In an industry full of so many talented design professionals, how can my work stand out? This month’s cool websites curated by HOW Magazine art director, Adam Ladd, showcase how designers use illustration techniques to uniquely position themselves and their brands in the market (and online). – […]
Now, I’m still a big fan of playing records – the vintage sound of a record spinning is one that I bet (unfortunately) my grandchildren will likely never hear. However, it’s nice to know maybe they could use them in other ways… like eyewear! Wait… what? Yes. Vinylize is a brand of eyewear that upcycles […]
Cuando el artista urbano Martin Parker abandonó el grafiti, la razón no fue que quisiera sacar sus mensajes sociales y políticos de los muros de París y Nueva York, donde solía plasmarlos.
On the opening night of New York’s Architecture and Design Film Festival (ADFF) this year, Eileen Gray will receive some long-overdue recognition. The international cinema festival announced that the world premiere of “Gray Matters,” a documentary about the 20th-century female architect, artist, and designer, will kick off this season’s festival at Tribeca Cinemas.
The 1970 NYC Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual, produced by Unimark’s Massimo Vignelli and Bob …
Architizer is thrilled to announce that the Third Annual A+Awards, honoring the best architecture, spaces, and products, are officially open for submissions with an early entry deadline of October 24.
The NoPhone is technology-free alternative to constant hand-to-phone contact that allows you to stay connected with the real world.
Architizer is a platform for architects & designers to showcase their talents and find clients. We launched Architizer in 2009 to make architecture and interiors accessible to everyone. Now it is the largest platform for architecture and design online hosting projects uploaded by the designers themselves.
Founded in 1985, the HOW brand began its life as a print magazine. Today, the brand still includes an award-winning magazine and an impressive fleet of HOW Books, but has grown to encompass a host of products, events and websites created to serve the business, creativity and technology needs of graphic designers, whether they work […]