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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
  • Thamesmead Underpasses Get A Lick Of Paint

    A new set of murals have been commissioned to decorate the canal ways around the housing complex in south-east London, as part of a major new regeneration of the area The post Thamesmead underpasses get a lick of paint appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Thamesmead Underpasses Get A Lick Of Paint

    December 10 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Ben & Jerry’s Teams Up With Colin Kaepernick On New Ice-cream Flavor To ‘Change The Whirled’

    Ben & Jerry’s has announced that former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick will join the ranks of Jerry Garcia, Steven Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon with a permanent flavor named for him by the Vermont-based ice cream company. Officially launching in 2021, “Colin Kaepernick’s Change the Whirled,” like the celebrity who inspired it, is vegan and will be a nondairy frozen dessert featuring a caramel s... Continue reading Ben & Jerry’s Teams Up With Colin Kaepernick On New Ice-cream Flavor To ‘Change The Whirled’

    December 10 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Adidas’s Latest Shoe Wasn’t Sewn Together—it Was Forged Like Metal

    Performance is the muse of the $60+ billion sneaker industry. In the last few years especially, new foams, fabrics, and production processes have truly moved the needle for athletes, allowing them to run faster and crush old marathon records. But the technologies drive new aesthetics, too, turning physics into fashion statements. And that’s what we’re seeing today with the introduction of Adidas F... Continue reading Adidas’s Latest Shoe Wasn’t Sewn Together—it Was Forged Like Metal

    December 10 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • 10 New Rules Of Design

    The Black Lives Matter movement has caused a rightful reckoning in nearly every industry in 2020, and design is no exception. For the better part of a century, the conventional definition of “good design” has been largely Eurocentric, and companies have been staffed accordingly: 73% of designers are white, just 3% are Black. It should go without saying that this needs to change. But how, exactly?... Continue reading 10 New Rules Of Design

    December 10 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Pantone Picks Two Colors Of The Year, And They’re Complete Opposites

    Following one of the bleakest years in memory, Pantone has announced its 2021 color of the year. And it’s not one but two colors, designed to create the sensation of a fresh sunrise over rocky terrain. The colors are called Illuminating, a yellow that appears like the skin of a ripe lemon, and Ultimately Gray, which resembles wet cement. [Photo: Pantone]Pantone’s Color of the Year choices are base... Continue reading Pantone Picks Two Colors Of The Year, And They’re Complete Opposites

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • A Housing Disaster Looms Over Biden’s HUD Pick

    President-elect Joe Biden has reportedly selected Ohio Representative Marcia L. Fudge to join his cabinet as head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the federal agency that will have a huge role in addressing the major housing challenges facing the incoming administration. If confirmed by the Senate, she’ll head up efforts to reduce housing discrimination, improve access to afford... Continue reading A Housing Disaster Looms Over Biden’s HUD Pick

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • These Stunning Images Of Snowflakes Will Make You See Winter In A Whole New Light

    Snow can seem anything but delicate when you consider avalanches, nor’easters, and the fact that we generally stomp through it, shovel it, and drive over it. But on a microscopic level, each individual snowflake is an intricate design, as delicate as glass. So reveals a new project by Nathan Myhrvold, a former CTO of Microsoft and founder of Modernist Cuisine, a food innovation lab. Over the span... Continue reading These Stunning Images Of Snowflakes Will Make You See Winter In A Whole New Light

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Surprising Way To Build A Productive Organization In 2021

    Just as 9/11 changed travel forever, the coronavirus has changed the workplace forever. Nine months into it, we’ve established that we as individuals can work remotely and be even more productive, but here’s the question now: Is the organization as productive and innovative as it should be? Increasingly the answer is no. While individual tasks aren’t suffering, the social connectivity that sparks... Continue reading The Surprising Way To Build A Productive Organization In 2021

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Christian Siriano’s Latest Design Is A Logo

    Christian Siriano is known for his colorful, tulle-covered red carpet confections. But his latest creation isn’t a garment at all; it’s a logo. Siriano has partnered with the online resale marketplace ThredUp to design what it hopes will become a universal logo for secondhand clothing. The simple clothes hanger has a little arrow in one corner, reminiscent of the recycle symbol. In some iterations... Continue reading Christian Siriano’s Latest Design Is A Logo

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Amazon’s Smiling Worker Ad Blitz Is Right Out Of Big Tech’s Sly New Playbook

    If you learned everything you know about what it’s like to work in Amazon warehouses from the company’s new three-part series of advertisements, you’d think they rival Disneyland as “The Happiest Place on Earth.” The campaign, developed by Peter Berg’s production company Film 45, introduces us to mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, friends, military vets, and others, all getting the work do... Continue reading Amazon’s Smiling Worker Ad Blitz Is Right Out Of Big Tech’s Sly New Playbook

    December 9 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com