Articles tagged Graphic

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In Shibuya, a cow-spotted ice cream pop-up reveals the mutual fun in spatial advertisements

Tokyo – Ryusuke Nanki turned ad space physical with Milkland, a bold temporary pop-up shop in Shibuya for dairy-based sweets.

Conservatoire by Jakob+MacFarlane. Photo Judith Bormand.
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Jakob+MacFarlane coordinates a love triangle between dance, music and architecture

NOISY-LE-SEC – The Conservatoire, in the vicinity of the media centre and the theatre, opens up to the city centre and starts a dialogue about the cultural future of the area.

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Edward Granger's vibrant Hermès windows act as an extension of the urban landscape

NEW YORK CITY – Brooklyn-based artist Edward Granger was invited to design windows for selected Hermès boutiques in New York City part of Vitrine d’Artiste, an ongoing programme involving local …

886 Geary Gallery in San Francisco hosts Matt W. Moore's solo exhibition.
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Light and shadow activates Matt W. Moore's topographic mosaics at 886 Geary Gallery

SAN FRANCISCO – The ongoing solo exhibition SHADOVVS features the latest artworks by American designer Matt W. Moore.

Scott Albrecht is a US-based artist who likes to play with form and invent new ways of communicating.
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Here and Now: Scott Albrecht discusses his typographical artworks

The US-based artist Scott Albrecht has a colourful exhibition currently ongoing in Amsterdam. Called Here and Now, it is showing at the Andeken Gallery in Westerpark until 24 July 2015 and is a …

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Ecuador's vibrant culture emblazons Expo Milano 2015 pavilion

MILAN – At the ongoing Expo Milano 2015, Ecuador surges the scene with a vibrant pavilion which encapsulates Ecuador's diverse cultures and landscapes.

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Dynamic Spaces Installations by Dusen Dusen x Visual Magnetics

Textile designer Ellen Van Dusen of Dusen Dusen joined forces with Visual Magnetics to realize three interactive spaces which animated childhood sticker book memories into a playground for …

The SS Great Britain by London-based Bompas & Parr is the world's biggest jelly.
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Creatives Prepare for What Design Can Do 2015

In less than 24 hours, one of Amsterdam's monumental venues will host the 5th annual What Design Can Do. Creatives from around the world will partake in a two-day conference to celebrate the …

Saver Screensson is a screensaver by Icelandic graphic designer Siggi Eggertsson and developer Hjalti Jakobsson.
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Saver Screensson by Siggi Eggertsson

To coincide with the start of DesignMarch in Reykjavik – which will officially open tomorrow with a day of DesignTalks around the theme of 'play' – we inject a blast of playful vibrancy with an …

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Sound Meets Video by Håkon Stensholt

Is it possible to use noise to create new and interesting letterforms? That’s the question that sparked Sound Meets Type, the project with which Håkon Stensholt earned a master’s degree in …

Strange Plants by Zioxla features the work of 25 artists who focus on plants in their work.
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Strange Plants by Zioxla

With Strange Plants, Barcelona-based creative agency and indie publishing house Zioxla celebrates the aesthetic force of flora in all its guises.

The colourful campaign for Spring and Summer turns individuals into walking canvases.
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At the End of the World to the Left by Julian Zigerli and Katharina Grosse

German artist Katharina Grosse brings her signature spray painted style to up-and-coming Julian Zigerli's SS2014 collection.

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