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Smart Cities Will Make Our Lives Better

<i>Integrated Marketing Assistant, Alcatel-Lucent</i><p>The Internet of Things (IoT) is enabling the world around us to exchange data via a common network. …

Here Are Some Liquid Ink Nudes For Your Viewing Pleasure (NSFW)

Here at the Huffington Post Arts&Culture, there are two categories of images that our audience seems to find particularly hard to resist. The first is a particular brand of underwater ink photography that possesses the uncanny ability to stop time with the click of a camera. The second, you guessed …

Articles about graphic design 6 names know now on Dwell.com - Dwell

From muralists and ceramicists, to fiber artists and furniture makers, these 12 creatives speak out about what drives their...<p>Manhattan-based Project Projects may be a graphic design studio, but it works in all dimensions, on the page and off.<p>You may already be a fan of TV on the Radio, but how …

Articles about graphic designer we love romualdo faura on Dwell.com - Dwell

Relocating from New York to Kyoto, Japan in 2012 not only marked a new beginning in his life, but proved to be a working catalyst...<p>Somewhere between the fanciful beasts of Where the Wild Things Are and the hand-drawn charm of Marimekko, the characters in the...<p>Las Vegas designer Logan Hendrickson …

Little Boy Brown: A Lovely Vintage Ode to the Loneliness of Childhood

<i>“I didn’t feel alone in the Lonely Crowd,”</i> young Italo Calvino wrote of his visit to America, and it is frequently argued that hardly any place embodies the “Lonely Crowd” better than New York, city of “avoid-eye-contact indifference of the crowded subways.” That, perhaps, is what children’s book …

Minimalist Postcards Merge Philosophy with Graphic Design

London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras just completed his full set of minimalist postcards that beautifully merge philosophy with graphic design. Many of you loved his first works, which we wrote about almost a year ago today. You can see the second part of the fantastic series, below.<p>Called</i> …

100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

<i>Psychedelia, found typography, and many ideas that shaped the way you absorb information</i><p>Heller and Vienne write in the introduction:<p>"[Big ideas] are notions, conceptions, inventions, and inspirations -- formal, pragmatic, and conceptual -- that have been employed by graphic designers to enhance all …

Lessons in Conveying Complex Ideas with Simple Graphics from the World’s Best Information Designers

Much has been said about visual storytelling and how to tell stories of data in the information age, and there is no shortage of great books on data visualization. But count on Taschen to tackle a big conceptual challenge with a big, beautifully designed book: <b>Information Graphics</b> by art historian</b> …

A Kid’s Guide to Graphic Design by Iconic Designer Chip Kidd

<i>“It doesn’t occur to most people that everything is designed — that every building and everything they touch in the world is designed,”</i> the late and great Bill Moggridge, designer of the world’s first laptop, famously reminded us. And, indeed, it is precisely because design touches every aspect of …

Here's The Map A Dutch Graphic Designer Created After Tracking His Movements Through New York City For A Year

Vincent Meertens, a Dutch graphic designer, and his partner spent a year tracking their movements through New York City using OpenPaths.<p>They collected a total of 10,760 datapoints between March 2012 and January 2013.<p>Meertens, who now lives in Amsterdam, describes the map as a personal diary of his …

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