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One of the world's leading museums devoted to contemporary design in every form from architecture and fashion to graphics, product and industrial design.
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Design Museum 2h
Support as they host a day of workshops and talks exploring the theme of ‘Impact’ alongside designers and industry experts >
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Design Museum 2h
"Being sustainable on Mars is a matter of life and death" - Xavier De Kestelier,  | How will humans inhabit the red planet to ensure their survival? Discover the future of architecture inside the Moving to Mars exhibition >
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Design Museum 3h
The is back in 2020 due to popular demand | Learn simple tools for visualising and communicating ideas in this three-part introduction to drawing. Post a ✏️ if you are interested in joining?
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Design Museum 4h
| Are you a university student interested in design? In the first talk of 2020, join a range of practitioners across design, architecture and fiction as they discuss how we can design for an alternative future. >
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Design Museum 20h
Did you know, there's an average temperature of -63 degrees Celsius and constant radiation on Mars | Faced with these unprecedented challenges, discover how we can design at the limits of human habitability >  
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Design Museum 21h
Museum lates in 2020...📢 | Join the  team for an evening of activities inspired by the red planet. Activities include: A talk and a RÆBURN t-shirt customisation workshop!
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Design Museum 22h
We usually think of gleaming, white spaces when we think of buildings in space. What do you think our homes will look like on Mars? Join architect, Xavier De Kestelier  for an otherworldly talk on 4 Feb 2020 >
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Design Museum 23h
Looking for that unique Christmas present? 🎁 Customise your own cool Mars inspired t-shirt led by British fashion label,  in this hands-on workshop on 14 December. | Free, but bookable. >
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Design Museum Dec 9
"The Truth in Numbers: Redefining Data Journalism Through Art" - discover the powerful work of featured inside the exhibition.
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Design Museum Dec 9
| "Space has long been a driving force and source of inspiration for the work of electronic music luminary Jeff Mills" | Hear from the Detroit legend, as he speaks to inside the Design Museum's Moving to Mars exhibition.
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Design Museum Dec 8
Have you followed today’s with ? Continue sending on your band logos for the museum to see! You can find out more about Yuri’s interactive sound display open until Feb 2020 here👂 >
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Design Museum Dec 8
Thank you to everyone who took part in today’s record label logos themed guest-hosted by to mark ’s exhibition at the Design Museum. Here’s a final favourite.
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Yuri Suzuki Dec 8
It was amazing to have visit of Mad Mike Banks and Cornelius Harris of Yesterday The UR logo ITC Machine bold
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Maraid Design Dec 8
We are a little Prince obsessed - the varied early typography and lettering is the best 22 examples here -
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7sleepersmusic Dec 8
Interesting discussion via about band logos. Question: Which band was the first to have a distinctive typeface? come to mind, any earlier?
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Nierenspieß und Brutalismus, ふきん hell Dec 8
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Yuri Suzuki Dec 8
Our partner Harry Pearce created whole type face for inspired from album “Animals”
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ALEX CADY Dec 8
Some of my favorite band logo fonts for . Each one of these pieces capture the bands music so well, you almost know what to expect before listening to em.
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