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  • Posted: September 25 2020 @ 1:18 | From:

    Can Design Save Kids From ‘bad’ Screen Time?

    As apps for children proliferate, questions are being asked about the dangers of the screen. But new app OK Play is using design and creativity to build a more positive relationship between kids and tech The post Can design save kids from ‘bad’ screen time? appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 25 2020 @ 1:00 | From:

    This L.A. Parking Lot Became A Lush Outdoor Coworking Space

    Our office air is toxic, and people are more stressed when they’re surrounded by cubicles and carpet instead of grass and trees. Many architects were beginning to have a reckoning that we’ve designed our workspaces wrong—and then COVID-19 hit. Now, as we have to share spaces filled with dangerous ai... Read more

  • Posted: September 25 2020 @ 0:00 | From:

    Patagonia’s New Movie, ‘Public Trust,’ Tells The Story Of President Trump Stealing American Land

    Back in late 2017, Patagonia made a declaration: “The President Stole Your Land.” The bold proclamation was in response to the Trump administration’s decision to reduce significantly the area around Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante that were designated as national monuments. Doing so would o... Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 5:20 | From:

    Vauxhall Joins The Flat Pack With New Logo Design

    The car manufacturer catches up with the likes of BMW and Nissan in adopting a flat logo design, dropping elements from the griffin motif in the process The post Vauxhall joins the Flat Pack with new logo design appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 5:12 | From:

    Ikea Adds To Its Sleep Campaign With A Series Of Striking Posters

    The posters follow the brand's recent ad, which provided a prequel to the classic tale of the tortoise and the hare, and continue its message of the value of a good night's sleep The post Ikea adds to its sleep campaign with a series of striking posters appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 4:00 | From:

    These New Emojis Perfectly Sum Up This Dumpster Fire Of A Year

    The hellscape that is 2020 is enough to leave anyone speechless. So it’s good timing on the part of Unicode, which just announced a new batch of 217 emojis you can use when crying into your keypad makes it difficult to write actual words. And while it’s hard to say what will happen in the last few m... Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 3:00 | From:

    Take A Look At The Best-selling Trump And Biden Merch On Amazon

    In 2016, Hillary Clinton’s campaign recruited an all-star team of designers to create cool, grassroots branding. In 2020, the Biden team has taken a similar approach, landing hip fashion designers and illustrators to produce merchandise and campaign materials. But there can be a disconnect between t... Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 2:00 | From:

    How The ‘Whole Foods Effect’ Jacks Up Apartment Rent

    For apartment dwellers, the new must-have building amenity isn’t a rooftop terrace or a fancy fitness room but a nice grocery store on the ground floor. According to a new study, renters are willing to pay around 6% more to live above a Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s. Conducted by RCLCO Real Estate Adv... Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 1:42 | From:

    What To Do When The Plagiarist Strikes?

    On discovering that a piece of work he had created had 'inspired' a project from another studio, Richard Holman went through a range of emotions before realising that plagiarism can have its benefits The post What to do when the plagiarist strikes? appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: September 24 2020 @ 1:32 | From:

    Clémentine Schneidermann Traces George Brassens’ Legacy In Sète

    Captured during a residency in the French port city, the photographer’s latest body of work builds a portrait of Sète peppered with cues referencing the late singer and poet The post Clémentine Schneidermann traces George Brassens’ legacy in Sète appeared first on Creative Review. Read more