The design industry’s reigning paradigm is in crisis. It’s time to evolve from human-centered design to humanity-centered design, write Artefact’s Rob Girling and Emilia Palaveeva. On the eve of a historical
In the 20th century, only the brave would make bold political or social statements in public places. Whether sprayed with an aersol can, wheatpasted with a bucket and a broom, or stencilled with a piece
Urban designers, architects, professors, and activists share their essential reads. Design has afforded us more convenience, more connectivity, and more beauty. But at the same time, it’s also threatening
Ian Davis depicts the mundane mobs that drive humanity forward. The paintings of Ian Davis show all variety of man-made industrial achievements, from highways and office buildings to dams and turbines.
Are a Dutch firm’s interactive installations for Nike in London the future of a dying ad medium? Window displays seem like one of those mediums destined to fade away: they’re too static, too flat, and