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New Paul McCartney Video Sees Macca Go Back In Time

A video for new track Find My Way by Paul McCartney and featuring Beck sees de-a...

July 23, 2021 / Graphic Design

Tracks Are Designed To Favor Some Athletes Over Others—but Not In The Way You Think

As a short-distance track and field runner in high school and college, I often f...

July 24, 2021 / Graphic Design

How High School Students Are Using Cutting-edge Tech To Preserve Ancient Armenian History

In late 2020, long-simmering tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan over a disp...

July 23, 2021 / Graphic Design

Prince Charles And Jony Ive Launch A New Design Lab Backed By Amazon

Saving the environment is one of the most pressing design challenges of our time...

July 23, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • How To Build Social Media Audience Behavior Reports Without A Fortune 500 Budget

    Fortune 500 companies are increasingly leveraging social media as a fundamental part of their business strategy to discover important insights into audience behaviors. 91% of Fortune 500 brands connect to their audience with Twitter, and 89% use Facebook to incentivize customer loyalty communities, demonstrating just how much value these companies place on social media inte... Continue reading How To Build Social Media Audience Behavior Reports Without A Fortune 500 Budget

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com
  • How Rap Music Took Over Advertising

    As genres such as hip-hop and grime cement their position in the mainstream, we explore how the brand world is increasingly taking note The post How rap music took over advertising appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Rap Music Took Over Advertising

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Why U.K. Bus Stops Suddenly Smell Like Roses And Cucumber

    A typical bus shelter in any major city is a cornucopia of aromas… mostly terrible ones. Traffic exhaust, a day-old sandwich, the remnants of its role as an impromptu urinal for late-night travelers. But Hendrick’s Gin decided to turn a collection of these public transport outposts into a sensory marketing opportunity. [Photo: courtesy Space]To promote its new Gin Cucumber Lemonade, the brand outf... Continue reading Why U.K. Bus Stops Suddenly Smell Like Roses And Cucumber

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • “Make Your Mess Beautiful”: How To Navigate The Chaotic World Of Startups

    Domonique Fines is former director of engagement at All Raise. Prior to All Raise, she was director of events at Y Combinator for four years. She is also one of the cofounders of When Founder Met Funder, an event that connects promising Black female founders with VCs. She spoke to Doreen Lorenzo for Designing Women, a series of interviews with brilliant women in the design industry. Doreen Lorenzo... Continue reading “Make Your Mess Beautiful”: How To Navigate The Chaotic World Of Startups

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Pandemic Underscores Winning Work At Wellcome Photography Prize 2021

    Winners of this year’s prize address the challenges wrought by the pandemic, from the impact of isolation on mental health to everyday struggles faced by trans women in Indonesia The post The pandemic underscores winning work at Wellcome Photography Prize 2021 appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading The Pandemic Underscores Winning Work At Wellcome Photography Prize 2021

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Gastón Mendieta Distills Complex Concepts Into Cinematic Illustrations

    Creating work for the likes of GQ, New Scientist and The New York Times, Mendieta talks about why continuing to experiment is key to his practice The post Gastón Mendieta distills complex concepts into cinematic illustrations appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Gastón Mendieta Distills Complex Concepts Into Cinematic Illustrations

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • A 20-foot Sea Wall Won’t Save Miami, But These Nature-inspired Innovations Just Might

    Miami is all about the water and living life outdoors. Walking paths and parks line large stretches of downtown waterfront with a stunning bay view. This downtown core is where the Army Corps of Engineers plans to build a $6 billion sea wall, 20 feet high in places, through downtown neighborhoods and right between the Brickell district’s high-rises and the bay. There’s no question that the city is... Continue reading A 20-foot Sea Wall Won’t Save Miami, But These Nature-inspired Innovations Just Might

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Last Year, You Sewed Your Own Masks. This Year, Why Not Sew Your Own Shoes?

    The footwear industry churns out 23.4 billion pairs of shoes annually in a global supply chain that is responsible for 1.4% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. One designer’s solution? Make your own shoes from upcycled fabric. While most DIY fashion projects tend to result in objects that are not very fashionable (just take a look at my homemade scarf collection), Polish designer Iga Węglińsk... Continue reading Last Year, You Sewed Your Own Masks. This Year, Why Not Sew Your Own Shoes?

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Hidden Way The Tokyo Olympics Could Forever Change The City Itself

    Japan National Stadium in Tokyo was meant to be the enduring icon of the 2020 Summer Olympics. Designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma and built in his traditionally inspired style using wood from each of Japan’s 47 prefectures, the stadium aspired to what Kuma describes as “a softer, or more feminine, design.” Inside the icon, though, are a series of design details that represent an impact and... Continue reading The Hidden Way The Tokyo Olympics Could Forever Change The City Itself

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Why Sonos And The North Face Are Putting An Antarctic Expedition In Your Ears

    What does it sound like to be the first people ever to ski down Lhotse, the fourth tallest mountain on earth? Or how about listening in on climber Alex Honnold — the subject of the Oscar-winning doc Free Solo — trekking in Antarctica? To mark the launch of its new Roam speaker, Sonos partnered with The North Face to create a new Sonos Radio channel (the company’s radio streaming platform) called “... Continue reading Why Sonos And The North Face Are Putting An Antarctic Expedition In Your Ears

    July 28 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com