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Writings on design and culture. Founded by and . Published in partnership with .
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Norway has redesigned its banknotes: here's a preview. (Via Kevin Hicks.)
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Design renaissance woman talks generators + drains [≠ plumbing!]—and design mastery:
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. founder Ryan Hageman on Japanese graphic design
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How a photo of a tour van became a “lovely graphic tool” in the hands of ‘s Harry Pearce
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Her Story Meets His Story: Janet Bennett, Charles Kratka, and the LAX Murals. @LouiseSanhaus shines some light.
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The US Supreme Court rules that design elements can be copyrighted...if you're a cheerleader
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DesignObserver Mar 22
10 notebooks for designers. (And they‘re not all Moleskines.)
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DesignObserver Mar 22
New Posted: Tipping Point Community in is looking for a Service Design Lead.
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Jessica Helfand Mar 22
The amazingly artriculate, thoughtful, and generous Lee Moreau.
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DesignObserver Mar 22
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Cooper Hewitt Mar 22
Born 1948: April Greiman, leading figure of 1970s New Wave design.
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DesignObserver Mar 22
Try this link for FridaMojis:
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DesignObserver Mar 22
All of Frida Kahlo‘s anguish, beauty, and pain in, what else, 160 FridaMoji:
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DesignObserver Mar 22
A collection of East German beer and drink labels
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DesignObserver Mar 22
“The standards of good design don't change when designing for doing good.” The Resistance doesn't need another logo
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DesignObserver Mar 22
Undercover Branding: The Stories Behind 20 Publishing House Logos from
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DesignObserver Mar 22
Quantitative data can be a red herring if you haven’t interacted w/ your core consumers. More on
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DesignObserver Mar 22
An exhibition on the visual history of protest opens tomorrow at the Imperial War Museum in London.
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