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Photographer Tommaso Protti Captures The Many Sides Of The Amazon

The photographer was given the Carmignac Photojournalism Award to raise attentio...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Early Years Of Factory Records Celebrated In A New Museum Show

An exhibition at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum celebrates the early y...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

Ikea's latest sustainability push sees the brand repurpose furniture that has be...

June 16, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Hot New Amenity At Google And Other Tech Companies? Tents

Shelter Co., technically, is a company that rents tents. But over the past year,...

June 17, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • America Has Eight Parking Spaces For Every Car. Here’s How Cities Are Rethinking That Land

    For urban planners, parking rules established decades ago have become a contentious 21st-century challenge. Parking takes up about one-third of land area in U.S. cities; nationwide, there are an estimated eight parking spaces for every car. In 2017, Buffalo, New York, became the first U.S. city to stop requiring development projects to include at least a minimum amount of parking. Other cities fol... Continue reading America Has Eight Parking Spaces For Every Car. Here’s How Cities Are Rethinking That Land

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Simon Norfolk And Klaus Thymann Capture A Swiss Glacier Slowly Vanishing

    On show now as part of Belfast Photo Festival, Shroud sees the photographers capture the cloaked Rhône Glacier, highlighting the forces of climate change The post Simon Norfolk and Klaus Thymann capture a Swiss glacier slowly vanishing appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Simon Norfolk And Klaus Thymann Capture A Swiss Glacier Slowly Vanishing

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The Stories Embedded In The Design Of Homes

    The Museum of the Home’s new displays put storytelling at the centre and illustrate how our homes are rich with design and cultural history The post The stories embedded in the design of homes appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading The Stories Embedded In The Design Of Homes

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • “A Thrilling Feedback Loop”: How This Architect Designs For Everything From Nobu To ‘Kinky Boots’

    Architect David Rockwell splits his time between two worlds. His architecture practice, Rockwell Group, is a 250-person powerhouse and designs high-end restaurants, hotels, and office interiors all over the world, from the Ritz-Carlton in Boston to the Omnia nightclub at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. But he also puts his expertise to use on the stage, designing Broadway shows such as Kinky Boots an... Continue reading “A Thrilling Feedback Loop”: How This Architect Designs For Everything From Nobu To ‘Kinky Boots’

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Buy Toronto Time Campaign Aims To Support Local Businesses

    The campaign features a striking set of posters picturing makeshift tombstones for over 400 local independent businesses in the city that have been affected by coronavirus lockdowns The post Buy Toronto Time campaign aims to support local businesses appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Buy Toronto Time Campaign Aims To Support Local Businesses

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The Untold Story Of The Ripped T-shirt That Made Rebecca Minkoff Famous

    Two decades ago, I designed a shirt—we soon started calling it The Shirt—that mixed ideas from my favorite tourist-destination T-shirts to create an ode to my favorite city: New York City. An actress wore it on The Tonight Show, and the next day people everywhere knew my name. It’s the kind of story that, looking in from the outside, makes it seem like it just takes a little bit of luck to become... Continue reading The Untold Story Of The Ripped T-shirt That Made Rebecca Minkoff Famous

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • This Fantastically Retro Video Game Is Taking On Malnutrition

    Malnutrition causes nearly half of all deaths of children under age five. And as with countless other things, the global pandemic disrupted efforts to bring life-saving services to children in need. In response, the Eleanor Crook Foundation has created a new initiative called LifePack, with social impact agency hive, which aims to use video games to help end severe malnutrition. The organization c... Continue reading This Fantastically Retro Video Game Is Taking On Malnutrition

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Secrets Behind The Plastic Spoon: A ‘perfect’ Design With Terrible Consequences

    Disposable spoons are a scourge on the planet: We use them for a few minutes to scarf down our takeout or ice cream, then toss them out. They end up in a landfill, where they sit for hundreds of years, or in the ocean, poisoning marine life. But a day may soon come when single-use utensils are relics of past. A new installation at the London Design Biennale helps us imagine this future by presenti... Continue reading The Secrets Behind The Plastic Spoon: A ‘perfect’ Design With Terrible Consequences

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How New York Could Dramatically Increase Its Public Space

    Threaded through the dense city blocks of Manhattan, a subnetwork of public spaces is waiting to emerge. Right now, these spaces are hidden within the private realm, at the back end of long lots that make up much of New York City’s grid. Stretching back from the street 100 feet or more, the typical lot in Manhattan is filled completely with a building, creating city blocks that consist entirely of... Continue reading How New York Could Dramatically Increase Its Public Space

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Why Mentoring’s For Life (not Just For Uni)

    Mentoring is a powerful tool throughout your career, says Katie Cadwell, a designer at DesignStudio in Sydney. Here she talks about how you can get it started, and what makes for the most fruitful mentor/mentee relationship The post Why mentoring’s for life (not just for uni) appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Why Mentoring’s For Life (not Just For Uni)

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk