How do traditional creative industries survive alongside the new digital kid on the block? By going back to basics. Made You Look is a documentary about the UK’s DIY graphic arts scene, exploring how creatives, publishers and agencies are sticking with and returning to tactile means of making things.
Convergence: An International Summit on Art + Technology, Banff Centre November 27 – 29 Experience a conversation with a Telenoid robot, conduct a concerto with a garden of interactive plants and meet the creative minds behind the Atari Research Lab, the Barbican’s Digital Revolution and Madonna’s Superbowl half time show at Convergence, November 27-29. An […]
Is print dead? Not according to a hilarious new ad from IKEA. The spot touts the amazing tactile technology of the 2015 IKEA catalog bookbook, with no cables and eternal battery life. The display expands, and there’s no lag between crystal-clear pages.
Living spaces feature wide panoramas toward ocean below, while concrete and vegetated walls remind of the rocky and forested setting. On its exterior, the structure visually blends with the wooded context by through its moss-covered roof. Additionally, the topography has been manipulated to control groundwater flow through the site, while being momentarily captured in the […]
I’ve had this thing for pegboard lately. First time in my life really. A sorta crush. It’s not that common where I live so I’m not even sure where to buy it in Germany but I’ll begin my search soon since I want it in my new work studio. It seems very smart and functional […]
In order to facilitate commercial functions, Yoshihiro Amano has totally renovated a 25-year old office building, located on a back street of Omotesando in #Tokyo.
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 […]