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DesignObserver
Writings on Design and Culture. Edited by Michael Bierut, William Drenttel (publisher), Jessica Helfand and Nancy Levinson. Also follow @PlacesJournal.
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DesignObserver 1d
Not so free and not so equal, in photos.
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DesignObserver 2d
A gallery of urban eco niches makes the case for spontaneous plants as flora of the future. |
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DesignObserver 2d
From 1967-70, author J.G. Ballard published a series of disturbing conceptual advertisements:
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DesignObserver 2d
New Posted: Love and War is looking for a talented graphic designer. Apply:
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Friday fun: "Graphic Design Professions Video: Options for a Career in the Graphical Arts". Your career in 3 minutes.
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DesignObserver 3d
The Flora of the Future: Wild Urban Plants. From .
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DesignObserver 3d
The Conceptual Advertising of J.G. Ballard. By Rick Poynor
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DesignObserver 3d
Love it? Hate it? A Neue Font We Don't Need: Comic Neue.
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DesignObserver 3d
New Posted: Dept of Visual Arts at Northern Kentucky U. is looking for a Visual Communication Design Lecturer:
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DesignObserver 4d
Spending a semester studying "blue" with Jessica Helfand:
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DesignObserver 4d
Critical Graphic Design: Critical of What?
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DesignObserver 4d
New York City Used to Have a Typography District: found it. via
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DesignObserver 5d
“Ecology” has been so co-opted that it's lost meaning. Yet ecological thinking remains a powerful lens for design.
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DesignObserver 5d
You’re welcome. We must be in/on the same alley. RT : ? Right up my geek alley. Than you.
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DesignObserver 5d
Hey Oakland: Don't forget, speaking tomorrow at Impact Hub Oakland on change labs. Register:
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DesignObserver 5d
The 2014 thesis presentations live stream starting NOW:
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DesignObserver 5d
Mysteries of Vernacular: 26 etymological installments, one for each letter of the alphabet. Our favorite? Pants.
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DesignObserver 5d
New Fellowship Posted! Walker Art Center Design Fellowship:
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DesignObserver 5d
Nick Heller's 4th Episode of . Don't miss it:
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We’re looking forward to the class of 2014 presentations today!
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