Travaux finis, refusés ou simples propositions expérimentales, les inspirations graphiques ne manquent pas, à l’image de ce ce projet développé par Dana Kim. L’Américaine s’est livrée a un exercice courant : le rebranding d’une marque internationale et a choisi Google comme cobaye.
For a field without much access to money, we talk about it constantly. What we don’t often discuss, however, are the ways in which our platforms perpetuate the power dynamics of the art world when we are perhaps the corner of it most able to address them. Conversation around art writing is caught in a […]
3.5K and counting. That’s how many tweets #wam15 generated in the past week. For those following the Twitter feeds or the actual conferences, that was a lot to take in – but we’re here to help! Here are the 10 big ideas that were discussed at WAM this year.
¿Por qué el dibujo es tan esencial para entender la forma? ¿Cómo puede determinar una manera de ver y cómo focalizamos la atención en las cosas? Valiosísimas palabras del maestro Milton Glaser, quien daba respuesta a estas y otras preguntas mientras trabajaba en su estudio en 2006.
The London Tube map is a design classic – but could it soon be outliving its usefulness? Harry Beck’s design is a classic that has served us well for over 80 years, being regularly updated to reflect changes and upgrades to London’s complex network of stations – but the most recently-revamped version, which was issued […]
Si el otro día os hablábamos de los mejores ilustradores nórdicos, hoy queremos pasar lista y presentaros a los ilustradores de moda españoles con más proyección internacional.
We Are Museums is a human adventure at the intersection of culture and innovation. During two days, it gathers an active and creative community of professionals who meet, exchange and build together to open art institutions to the people. We Are Museums is a self-sufficient, vibrant platform which promotes smart and forward thinking ideas as […]
Kinfolk magazine is a quarterly, 144-page, ad-free print magazine that collects ideas from a growing international community of artists, writers, designers, photographers, cooks and others who are interested in creating small gatherings and finding new things to make and do. Printed in Canada on uncoated paper, each issue is filled with lush photography, lyrical essays, […]
Temporary Art Review is a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses on alternative spaces and critical exchange among disparate art communities. Temporary is a national network, highlighting both practical and theoretical discourse through exhibition reviews, interviews, essays and features on artist-run spaces and projects.