A graphic designer on Twitter created a hilarious send-up of the universally reviled logo, and the rest is history.
The conference organizers set out to see what Native practitioners are making, and what they’re needing or wanting in the realm of type.
Curator Amber-Dawn Bear Robe brings together historic and contemporary Native clothing designs at Santa Fe Indian Market.
MAU is too charmed by its subject to nail down what he has achieved, or why people should even care about him in the first place.
A new exhibition at Japan House Los Angeles indulges its viewers in the visual gratification of looking at artisanally designed ramen bowls.
While the ancient art form of ornament often contains deep meaning, European modernist theory attempted to erase ornament from the design world.
Many of these MFA design programs are teaching fraud at scale.
A new book reconstructs a unique teen bedroom from 1929 and resurrects Joseph Urban’s far-reaching but now-forgotten influence on modern American design.
Samantha Platero realized how adulterated and inauthentic most of the jewelry presented as “Navajo” was, and how rarely her community truly profited from this economy.
“Our guiding principle is to make things that don’t get old and thrown away,” says Sudō Reiko.
Jane Hall surveys a century of women’s contributions to design, exploring the ways they have shaped life not only in our homes and workplaces, but in society at large.
Here We Are! is an expansive exhibition exploring the role of women in furniture design, fashion design, industrial design, and interior design.