Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum has opened a storefront space in Harlem in an effort to explore new venues throughout New York. The space will allow the museum’s educators to conduct free workshops for children, teenagers and adults with support of Target–who will be covering expenses for the first year.
Miami Ad School students recently flexed their skills on a new print advertising campaign for reality television show The Real Housewives of New York City. What do you think?
IKEA is moving beyond furniture with its all-in-one entertainment system UPPLEVA (Swedish for “the experience”). Designed to de-clutter our living spaces, the system combines an LED TV, 2.1 surround sound system with wireless subwoofer, WIFI and CD, DVD and Blu-ray players. What’s not to love?
From March 31st to August 12th, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum will host a new exhibition: British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern Age, which celebrates the best of British post-war art and design from the 1948 ‘Austerity Games’ to the summer of 2012.
Creatives from all over—and from various ethnic backgrounds, ages and artistic mediums, have been expressing their pain and frustration for Trayvon Martin through art, photography and illustration.
One of our favorite beauty brands, Sephora, is enticing chic geeks around the world with the first, limited-edition Sephora + Pantone Universe collection featuring the Color of the Year, Tangerine Tango!
Well-known for its humorous advertising antics, Holland’s “bad boy liquorice brand,” Autodrop Liquorice has a new print campaign that has consumers laughing. Created by DDB Amsterdam, the ads remind us of what we wish our high school first aid posters looked like. A little twisted, a little gross–but we like it!
Created by United Arab Emirates-based advertising agency Bates PanGulf, World Asthma Foundation’s latest campaign attempts to show us how asthma can strike people anywhere and at anytime, but something is off. Do people only suffer from asthma in dark, secluded alleyways and stairwells?
Designed in 1927 by Paul Renner, the Futura typeface gets a much deserved animated tribute by Thibault de Fournas and Christopher Wilson, two talented students of France’s ESAG.
An answer to, “what are some do’s and don’ts for my design portfolio?”
Organized by the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada and international graffiti convention Under Pressure, street artists showcased their work for over 600 attendees after the Grafika Awards Ceremony in Montreal.
Versace has launched its Valentine’s Wishlist App on Facebook where you can add some of the most glamorous and bold Versace brand gifts to your own wishlist.
Last week Madonna released the cover for her upcoming 12th studio album MDNA, which as it turns out, is actually the cover art the deluxe edition of the album. Today, Teonny reveals the standard edition cover art!
The quirky and eye-catching branding and advertising campaign for Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Film Festival 2011 in Liverpool was created by designer Marcus McCabe.
Creating a captivating online portfolio is key to success for any photographer. Our guest Alia Haley has compiled a few important design tips to help get you started.
Star of ‘The Help’ and Golden Globe winner Viola Davis gets glam for LA Times! The rising star speaks on various topics including: how she got her start, the type of characters she likes, learning how to act at an early age, and her new found fame despite 23 years in the entertainment business.
The Dominus Plus app for iPhone and iPad is an extremely stylish, futuristic clock, alarm clock and timer created by Polish web designer Albert Salamon.
What… the… hell was Essence Magazine thinking when the publication released the cover of its March 2012 issue featuring Kerry Washington whose breasts are clearly badly “Photoshopped”?
Madonna has released the official artwork for her 12th studio album ‘MDNA,’ shot by Mert and Marcus and directed by Giovanni Bianco.
Euro RSCG Brazil created this vibrant new print ad campaign for Brazilian paint brand Coral. The adverts’ paint-formed objects idea is similar to 2009 print ads for Levis Paint created by TBWA and Valspar Paint by Euro RSCG Chicago.