The world of corporate marketing communication is all about grabbing eyeballs and our clients are one of the largest outdoor media companies in the country. Today, through outdoor or out-of-home (OOH) advertising, corporate brand identities are ubiquitous to the urbanscape. An extremely potent form of communication…
For the past two years, Pixelapse—backed by venture capital from Y Combinator and Designer Fund—has been evolving into what you might call a Dropbox for designers.
Once again, Iwan Baan shared with us another impresive photoset. This time, we are presenting the Tama Art University Library in Tokyo, Japan, by Toyo Ito.
Remembrance day, taking place each year on november 11th, marks the end of the first world war and honors the commonwealth armed forces who have died in the line of duty. as symbol of this sacrifice and service, artist paul cummins and stage designer tom piper have infilled the famous dry moat at the tower […]
Dutch author Anne van der Zwaag hopes her new book will help businesses and governments see the power of design to address key challenges facing the world.
Since the golden age of children’s literature in mid-century America and Europe, we’ve seen children’s books used for purveying everything from philosophy to propaganda to science.
La créatrice néerlandaise Iris van Herpen, fidèle à son style, a proposé pour sa collection Printemps/Été 2015 une série de robes créées à partir de nouveaux matériaux.
A mezzanine-floored residence consisting of a single-roomed space, located on a fan-shaped site. The movements of the sun can be felt inside the house all throughout the year. Light coming from the east strikes the louvered boards before entering the house and reaching deep into its interior.
Usually the sight of a micro-apartment sends us into a rhapsody over full-size range ovens and beds that never leave the floor. But now that we’ve spotted this 312-square-footer in the arts district of Wroclaw, Poland, the prospect of organizing all of our possessions into those ubiquitous wall cubbies seems almost luxurious.
Greta Van Campen is an artist based in Portland, Maine whose graphic paintings are a thing of beauty. Greta works from her own photographs, deciding on large compositional elements and dynamic lines, then paints in layers and masks off entire areas or smaller details with washi tape as she goes along – filling in more […]
Marrying a playful typographic approach, sensitive illustrations and deliciously tactile gold foil, the cover of The Recorder is a great indication of its contents: a beautifully designed ode to typography and its omnipresence.