For those looking for the perfect wall hanging to accompany modern furniture in a 1930s home or apartment, the masterpieces were to be found in Paris. The enviable settings in a classic art deco manner shown here come from the Essex catalog (1934–35) printed by Dehon & Cie.
These days, logos—even those in the world of corporate identity—are designed to expand and contract, wink, blink, dance and burst forth in animated glory. Have a look at four of the most lively, interesting examples of logo animation created in the past year.
Design exhibition "Designed in California" trace the history of socially-conscious design in California from the 1960s to the present.
AMPL!FY is a public art and design initiative that partners an artist or designer with a nonprofit organization to create thought-provoking posters.
This New York City Subway train wrapped completely in Mark Alan Stamaty cartoons presents an outside-the-box approach to advertising.
Ellen Shapiro set out to find the designers behind a new design campaign for Chicago's Downtown Hyde Park and learned a lesson about the impact of design.
The first of P! gallery's final shows is a good one: "Karel Martens: Recent Work."
Read about Philadelphia mural-making collective Mural Arts and its recent initiative, OpenSource, a citywide public exhibition about street art.
UXUS has launched an innovative food court concept in Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport departure lounge.
Ellen Shapiro explores the Roberto Burle Marx exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York. The undulating shapes in his landscapes have been highly influential not only in the design world, but also in Brazilian and international graphic design.