Spanish company Walk with Me are famous for collaborating with local artists to create neighbourhood maps. They started by mapping their hometown of Madrid, then ventured east to Barcelona, and have now landed in London to release seven maps that perfectly depict the unique flavour of our city’s neighbourhoods.
In 1923, a flurry of colorful postcards heralded the first major Bauhaus school exhibition. Both students and established artists including Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy, Wassily Kandinsky, and Herbert Bayer offered snapshots of the German modernist aesthetic that would majorly influence art and design for the rest of the 20th century.
An exhibition in Paris asks us to consider what makes people rise up through a selection of rambunctious images that depict revolt. In Soulèvements, an exhibition of art made for and about acts of protest, works either make their political agendas self-evident or manifest them formally.
Fear, love and a fractured industry. The Design Museum’s Inaugural Exhibit Takes On Design’s Selfish Side
This season, our top films featured high concept narratives by big name directors and savvy synergistic collaborations between brands and musicians.
Swiss graphic design school ECAL shows work from five years of student projects at The Vitra Design Museum.
These aren’t just libraries—they’re works of art. Designers, it seems, have figured out one way to get people to read more: Make libraries more beautiful.
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