The Ulises bookshop, which opened this past weekend in Philadelphia, focuses on books as a lens onto contemporary art.
The Radical Power of Classified Pop Music
Ever since Edward Snowden revealed the extent to which the NSA and others have encroached on our privacy, everyone from technologists, reporters, politicians, and voters have been engaging in an international debate around surveillance.
Graphic Design as Political Practice: A Conversation With Metahaven [Part 2]
Metahaven is a graphic design studio based in Amsterdam that uses their work with identity and branding to engage political and social phenomena. The first part of our interview ran yesterday.
Graphic Design as Political Practice: A Conversation With Metahaven [Part 1]
Metahaven is an Amsterdam-based design studio made up of its two members and founders, Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden. Yet to describe them simply as a design studio seems misleading. The pair uses graphic design, identity branding, and product development as weapons, harnessing the power of the image in the internet age to design concepts that both signal label and propel political and social change.