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  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 5:40 | From:

    ‘Design Could Never Be Not Political’: Lessons From Iconic Designer Enzo Mari

    The late Enzo Mari was a design pioneer, polemicist, and fierce believer that beautiful and useful design should be for the many, not the few. A retrospective of his work opened at the Triennale Milano last fall. The massive exhibition, with over 250 pieces spanning the designer’s 60-year career, op... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    L.A. Loses 100 Billion Gallons Of Water A Year. This Park Is Helping Recapture It

    Water is the quintessential paradox of Los Angeles. For decades, the water system in arid and drought-prone L.A. has relied on water pumped in from outside sources at great financial, social, and environmental expense. But the water it gets for free—through rain and snowmelt off nearby mountains—is... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 3:04 | From:

    A New Online Show Is Tracing Leading Artists’ Early Commercial Practice

    The Power of Advertising is an online exhibition exploring five modern artists’ early beginnings in advertising, graphic design and signpainting The post A new online show is tracing leading artists’ early commercial practice appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 2:58 | From:

    The Surprising Links Between Comics And Branding

    Writer and author Mat Groom shares the story behind his parallel careers in branding and comic books, including the unexpected connections between the two and his thoughts on the rise in side hustles The post The surprising links between comics and branding appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 2:46 | From:

    Exposure: Miranda Barnes

    Art director Gem Fletcher showcases the photography of Miranda Barnes, whose work is rooted in social justice and examining narratives of Black life The post Exposure: Miranda Barnes appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 2:13 | From:

    Don’t Panic! Interview: PYM’s Co-Founder & CEO, Zak Williams

    “I really want PYM to act as an advocate for mental health support at scale.” – Zak Williams, PYM “After my dad took his life in August of 2014, my anxiety went into overdrive. I found myself depressed, anxious, traumatized, and unable to cope with daily life,” explains Zak W... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    LeBron James And More Than A Vote Ask “You With Us?” In Fight For Voting Rights

    Last June, LeBron James launched More Than a Vote with an impressive collection of fellow pro athletes and artists, aiming to encourage and help people to check if they were registered to vote, and the organization worked with sports teams to open their stadiums as voting stations. The overall goal... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    Why You Should Design For Breakups—and Let Your Users Go

    Digital consumer products as a category are still in their early and awkward teenage years. The launch of the iPhone in 2007 blasted people into a frenzy of digital consumption. That consumption has only increased exponentially. The digital world is new and novel. Everyone is excited to be here—so w... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 1:30 | From:

    Narrating The Discussion For A Decade

    When you’re having fun and doing what you love, time flies by faster than usual. I cannot believe it’s been a decade since Brandingmag started narrating the discussion around the importance of branding. And it’s all because of the founding vision of one young Serbian (Nemanja... Read more

  • Posted: March 5 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    Inside Jeff Bezos’s Failed Attempt To Make Amazon “cool” Like Apple And Nike

    Amazon can squeeze a lot into a box. Jared Ficklin was part of a secret team at a prominent design firm tapped with helping design and develop a watershed device from Amazon, the Fire Phone. The Fire Phone was going to be Amazon’s arrival in the design world. The Kindle was a breakthrough e-book rea... Read more