NJAL in partnership with Who’s Next and Premiere Classe have worked together extensively in previous years to facilitate the entry of emerging talent into the Who’s Next and Premiere Classe trade shows universe, at no cost. This past September 30 NJAL designers gained the invaluable opportunity to grow internationally and showcase their collections in Paris […]
It’s back with a double helping of provocation and praise. We have plumped up this year’s Power List to a meaty two-ton’s worth of carefully measured rankings, an upscaled calibration of design achievement.
Back in 2011, the Nike Air Mag, the shoes that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future II, were released to a ravenous fan base. There was only one problem, unlike the shoes seen in the movie, Nike’s Air Mags didn’t have power laces. Nike promised they would come 2015, and today the company […]
Considering wood as a living material, Benjamin Graindorge has created ‘fallen tree’, a bench that reveals the true DNA of an arboreal form. the design sees the branches and trunk of a tree stripped back, transitioning into a seat that expresses the strong, untamed nature and beauty of wood. presented by gallery YMER&MALTA at FIAC […]
The Sagrada Família basilica has entered its final stage of construction, over 100 years since its foundation stone was laid and 90 years after its designer Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi died.
Hailing from Copenhagen and working as a graphic designer famed for his rigid, geometric works, it’s little surprise Andreas Jarner’s home is revealed to be one that’s neat, ordered and oozing Scandi minimalism. The designer recently opened up his home and studio to the good people of Freunde von Freunden, revealing his fast, impulsive working […]
Usually when droughts occur and reservoir water levels recede, it’s not a good thing. But a certain drought in Southern Mexico is attracting a lot of enthusiasm. Water levels in the Nezahualcoyotl reservoir have dropped by 82 ft (25 meters), revealing the remains of a mid-16th century colonial church. Known as the Temple of Santiago, […]
An exhibition of the legendary photographer’s snapshots affirms his pioneering role in the birth of the medium
A new exhibition documenting the life and work of architect frank gehry has opened at the 21_21 design sight museum in tokyo. as one of his generation’s most revered and talked-about architects, gehry has gained a reputation for upending architectural norms with attention grabbing designs such as bilbao’s guggenheim museum, which opened in 1997, and […]
We’ve talked about the previous Fairy Tales competitions in the past (2014 competition, 2015 competition, and 2015 winners) and now Blank Space has launched Fairy Tales 2016, its third edition. The competition invites all types of creatives (architects, designers, writers, artists, engineers, illustrators, and even students) to submit their own architectural fairy tales.
NOT JUST A LABEL (NJAL) is the world’s leading designer platform for showcasing and nurturing today’s pioneers in contemporary fashion. Set up in 2008 to infuse new life into the fashion system, NJAL has provided a critical platform for over 16,000 designers to date and has become an indispensable tool for the industry. The NJAL […]
Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That is a publishing platform that encompasses several different online, print and events offerings as part of its mission of championing creativity across the art and design world. The website – which is updated daily with at least nine new articles – attracts a loyal, international readership of around 350,000 […]