This lamp leaves little to the imagination.
This week, the American Institute of Graphic Arts announced the winners from its 2020 book cover competition.
A new project is researching how Soviet-era plastics were made and used.
Designed by Marianne de Groot-Pons, the biodegradable rice paper masks are embedded with a Dutch meadow mix including asters, cornflower, and dill.
The material, called Mylo, is made of mycelium — the root network of mushrooms.
The crucial question is how to ensure diversity is always top of mind, regardless of who the designers or students are.
For nearly 20 years between the two world wars, E. McKnight Kauffer, an American, was the most celebrated graphic designer in England.
“While the rest of the world is going out of their way to help small businesses during this pandemic, Apple has chosen to go after our small business,” says Prepear co-founder Natalie Monson.
The digital Letterform Archive has made nearly 1,500 objects accessible to browse online through over 9,000 high-resolution images.
The Chinese government will prohibit future public architecture that “plagiarizes, imitates, and copycats” existing designs, like the replica of the Eiffel Tower in Zhejiang province.
“Ashes were providing such a poor user experience,” said Justin Crowe, founder of Parting Stone, a company that turns cremated remains into solidified stone-like objects.
Objects on display designed to be green substitutes for those that are ecologically harmful or failing are among the most thought-provoking in this exhibition.