design

Saint-Étienne Design Biennale 2019 : Me / You / Nous

Saint-Etienne is the only French member of the UNESCO network of creative design cities and has played an active role in the global design community....

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Joana Pestana Designing to Change the World

Can Graphic Design Change The World?...

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Geometry, Dreams and Light: Stuart Forbes [Interview]

Stuart Forbes on Richard Rogers, Architecture and the Grand Process...

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Load, Wind, Release! Trebuchet Issue Two Launch

Azimuth calculated, trajectory defined. Trebuchet's second print issue - launched...

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Franciska Themerson: Designing the Avant Garde

Whimsical worlds: Revisiting the Avant-Garde...

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A dynasty of design: SHH Architects

Generations of architectural elegance applied globally...

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Control, chaos and geometry: Julien Pacaud

French illustrator and artist Julien Pacaud makes a study of control, and letting it go...

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Emotion and Reason: Spheron Architects

Great architecture 'takes you to an inner beautiful and peaceful place in the absence of words'...

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Hugh Broughton Architects (Interview)

Great buildings embrace their environment, even in the Antarctic permafrost...

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Turbulent life, Noble legacy. The art of Mike Kelley

Sadly inhabiting the role of tortured artist, Mike Kelley railed against an establishment which eventually broke him....

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Tracing Mescaline Lines (Eric Yanez / Dubeejunk)

A nod to European fin de siecle visuals, and another to 1960s psychedelia inform Dubeejunk's striking graphics. Profile...

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Oil and Acrylic In Your Face Icons (Darby Krow)

Spit, sawdust and an eye for colour - Los Angeles artist Darby Krow is no Hollywood hipster...

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Moonrock, Starstuff and Syd: the Stunning Jewellery of Ian Barrett

You have to go a long way to get the best fossils and meteorites, or you can buy Ian Barrett's Jurassic Jewellery ...

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Moving glass, Bending Light. Linda Sue Price (Interview)

Experience neon in a new way — not as a sign — rather as fluidly moving glass ...

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Domestic Violins : Luthiers Kept Design in the Family

Four families likely influenced violin shape over four centuries...

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Hanging Offence : NOW Gallery

Putting design in the space as art and treating them with equal love and attention. NOW Gallery's Jemima Burrill interviewed....

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