Here are the top hilarious holiday design fails to get you ready for a tacky-embracing holiday season. Most are from Reddit and Igmur, so props to their users!
What do you get when you put Santa's sleigh in the hands of young and creative designers? Much, much eye candy for the holiday season.
The alchemy of infographic design and an award competition honoring its high achievers.
Mohammad Sharaf, a designer in Kuwait, recently created a public art piece reflecting the country's censorship with a "cemetery of banned books."
Carla Diana, a hybrid designer, focused on realizing "new visions for smart objects and the Internet of Things." She's also a robots expert.
The vast number of highly visible projects Rudolph de Harak worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design.
TRIBORO talks their One-Color Subway Map, a graphic paradox and the first single-color representation of a city's transit system.
A committed social activist, Cheryl Heller has written an important book for the "new" designer who practices design as a holistic field developing strategies for societal change. This interview is a guide to Heller's The Intergalactic Design Guide: Harnessing The Creative Potential of Social Design.
Prem Krishnamurthy is based in Berlin and New York City. He was a founding principal of design studio Project Projects, winner of the Cooper Hewitt’s National Design Award, and is currently partner and director of Wkshps, a multidisciplinary design workshop in New York City.
Don’t have a cow, man, but Bongo, the Eisner Award-winning publisher of Simpsons comic books for nearly a quarter-century, died this month.