DESIGN

SPF2017: MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS

On Saturday, we headed north to Fort Lauderdale’s FATVillage, a historic warehouse district turned startup and arts enclave, for SPF17. Since it inception in 2016, SPF (Small Press Fair) has celebrated South Florida print culture with regional presses, screen-printers, kitsch artists, designers, and zine-folk. The gathering is organized by Girls’ Club and IS Projects. You

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Designing Tokyo: The most mind-blowing things we saw at Tokyo Design Week 2016

The Product/81 team was able to put our inspiration search into overdrive thanks to coincidence of arriving during

Karl Lagerfeld’s Case for the Sideways Library

Vertical libraries are so last season. But don’t just take it from us.

Unprocessed Foods Cut into Incredible 2.5cm Cubes by Lernert & Sander

Last year, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant commissioned conceptual design studio Lernert & Sander to design a special piece for a documentary photography issue about

HAND-ASSEMBLED: Shinola Introduces the Arrow Bicycle

Shinola Detroit raises the bar again with the just announced Shinola Detroit Arrow bicycle. Shinola’s first single-speed bicycle, the

RETWEET: Designing Culture

 Design plays a central role in cultural reproduction. This isn’t necessarily a good thing, for anyone. By Colin McSwiggen Want to hear a really pretentious definition of design? Probably not, but I have to listen to this stuff almost constantly and misery loves company, so here it is: “Giving form to culture.” I hear people actually

Design Inspo: Small Tea

In a city where malls and new night clubs seem to appear at every block, it’s a breath of

AN INCOMPLETE MANIFESTO FOR GROWTH

AN INCOMPLETE MANIFESTO FOR GROWTH Bruce Mau Allow events to change you. You have to  be willing to