If you’re a designer considering entering a crowdsourcing contest, you might be surprised at how much this can actually hurt your career. Read the full article at The Deep End’s blog
“PLUS” temporary installation by ALU+ABC works are displayed at the Atelier ABC in Corso Como 5, as part of Milan Design Week 2012 on April 15, 2012 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Stefania D’Alessandro/Getty Images for ABC and ALU) Continue reading »
Kenyon Yeh, a creative product and furniture designer based in London. Born in 1983, Studied Master of Arts in Design at Kingston University, London, under Colin Holden and Simon Hasan and graduated in 2009. He continues to produce his design project, including collaboration with manufacturers across Europe and Asia. Brings more diversity, potential and attitude to keep moving forward. Continue reading »
Adidas unveiled its new 2012 NBA All-Star game uniforms Thursday, saying that designs are supposed to pay homage to the uniforms donned by the 1992 All-stars, which included game most valuable player Magic Johnson. Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard and Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose, who both have megadeals withh adidas, will wear bright orange versions of their signature sneaker lines – Howard, the adiPower Howard 2, and Rose, the adizero Rose 2.5.
Other gear getting a makeover include:
Warm-up jackets – along with the jerseys, these lightweight, windbreaker style, full-zip jackets feature a hardwood heather pattern inspired by the floor of the Orlando Arena in 1992 and sun-drenched Florida. They also feature elbow patches and a laser perforated color contrast.
Warm-up pants – these are functional stretch denim pants that feature mock denim stitching and pockets.
Both the jackets and pants feature tonal grey coloring with East (Blue) and West (Red) accents for a stylish off-court look to match the laid back Florida vibe.
Shorts – these woven shorts are inspired by board shorts and feature a sublimated mesh pattern for high performance and breathability. Along with the jerseys, they also feature tonal blue and red colors and three stripes of silver and gold accent coloring on the sides in order to stand out. Continue reading »
2011 marks the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet. During these 100 years the company developed over a hundred different types of cars, vans and trucks. All of those cars, vans and trucks have something in common: they all contain speedometers.
Speedometers are those kind of items you look at thousands of times during your life, without ever really noticing. You notice the speed, not the meter. And if you do notice the meter chances are you don’t realize someone actually designed it. The company probably even did some research beforehand. Research regarding the readability of typefaces, the right size of the numbers and the space between them.
Launching Époque, Eftwelve introduces a chair unique in form, dimensions and material.
The Époque is a fresh chair by Dutch designer Wybren van Keulen. The curves and sharp folds of this design reminisce of times passed. Époque brings together several eras of design, beautifully blended into a modern seat. Continue reading »
Casa Rex, one of Brazil’s most creative and renowned agencies, has won an award at the HOW Poster Design Awards 2011. The poster ‘The Occupied Space’ has been chosen as one of the top 10 winners, out of almost 800 entries.
In order to advertise an exhibition promoted by Escola Viva whereby students and teachers were invited to arrive at the school, walk around and ‘occupy’ the diverse spaces within the school environment, Casa Rex has made bold use of the “empty” white space, using text that is scattered across the poster in random directions. “We invert what is traditionally seen as the correct occupied space in a poster”, jokes Gustavo Piqueira, creative director and head of the agency.
This is the 6th time that Casa Rex has earned an award by HOW magazine, which showcases the best in design from around the world. Earlier this year the HOW International Design Awards went to the packaging design developed for the Dixie Toga Holographic Collection of Empty Packs, as well as the graphic design for the book “Writings about Jade” (Ateliê Editorial); in 2010 the covers created for the “Saraiva Classics” book collection (Edições Jogo de Amarelinha) and also the graphic project for the “Cool Readings” collection (Ed. Biruta) were selected; and in 2008 the award was given for the the Paideia book collection covers (Ed. Martins Fontes).
Check out outstanding industrial projects of international design craftsman Igor Chak. Continue reading »
Cool works of Elena Lazutina — from fonts to patterns and illustrations. Continue reading »
Design collaboration between 22 leading Swiss and Italian designers that will be exhibited in Zurich and Milan in 2011 and published in a book distributed across Italy, Switzerland and Europe.
The award ceremony will take place at July, 31 in Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, University of South Australia. Continue reading »
Nocturn, a small group of design enthusiasts from Romania recently updated their design portfolio with new stunning works.
Recently, AIGA Philadelphia held its inaugural Design Competition/Exhibition featuring the best of Philly design. Promoting the design community, the show was aptly titled, PDA (Philadelphia Design Awards): Show Some Love.
Mad 09 is back again. This year the event it’ll be in june 26th-27th.
Some of the speakers will be Agency Republic, Alex Trochut, Interbrand, BaseMotion, Antoine et Manuel and many more.
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