Artist Spends 6 Years Photographing Life’s Perfectly Timed Coincidences
Over the past six years, artist Denis Cherim has been creatively using his photography to explore the small coincidences that surround us. Perfectly aligned trees, rays of light that cast interesting shadows, moments of duality created by architecture—these are just some of the many occurrences discovered during the Coincidence Project.
Architects Unveil Self-Sustaining Floating City at the United Nations
With sea levels on the rise and a lack of affordable housing becoming a global problem, designers, architects, and developers are reimagining our urban landscape by turning to the sea. As a result, floating cities are becoming a viable option for the future.
London restaurant Jolene uses logo drawn by a six-year-old child
Studio Frith founder Frith Kerr turned to her six-year-old son to create the logotype for north London restaurant Jolene. The team was looking for a logotype "to provoke the naive simplicity Jolene is expressing".
Video: IDEO and a Story of Design
A exclusive look behind the curtain at IDEO, the global design firm, who for 40 years (and counting) has changed the way we think about design.
Helvetica, the world’s most famous typeface, gets a makeover
Helvetica is one of the most popular typefaces on the planet. Here’s why Monotype decided to remake it.
This font you know from old pulp novels is all over new books
An approachable-witchy 1938 typeface is the hand-cut, calligraphic answer to colder modern sans-serifs.
McDonald’s rejected designs from the ’70s could have completely changed the way the fast-food chain looks today
Forty-six years ago, the design firm Unimark International studied McDonald’s stores and pitched the fast-food brand on a revamp of its packaging and signage. The Vignelli Center for Design Studies at Rochester Institute of Technology has been tasked with digitizing the former agency’s records.
This Weird Change In Font Is Proven By Research To Increase Your Focus
It’s called cognitive disfluency — a phenomenon where more cognitive engagement leads to deeper processing, which facilitates encoding and subsequently better retrieval. All it takes is making your font smaller — which is proven to lead to better creativity and focus.
University of Evansville unveils new logos to connect the institution with its athletics
In an effort to unite the previously disconnected brands of University of Evansville athletics and institution, the University unveiled a new logo Friday.
IKEA’s ThisAbles add-ons adjust furniture for people with disabilities
IKEA has released a set of furniture hacks that anyone can download and 3D-print to make their products more usable by people with disabilities. Bigger light switches, easier-to-grab handles and extenders for couch legs are among the designs produced so far