After eight eventful seasons, the Dexter series has just come to an end. (You can continue reading this article without fear, it's guaranteed spoiler-free!) It's hard to come back down after being inside the head of a serial killer for so long. Will you miss it? I'm not so sure.
Ah the pleasure of rummaging through a crate full of Legos in search of the right brick and the right color - a real Proust's Madeleine ! As you probably know, graphic designers are big kids, and they love to play this timeless construction game. The return in force of
In 1980, Daniel Lelong, director of the gallery of the same name, suggested to the French Tennis Federation that they entrust the design of the poster to a great name in contemporary art. Valeria Adami signed the 1980 poster. Today, David Nash has signed the 34th poster in this collaboration.
A brief review of the Saint-Étienne Design Biennial. Of course, it's difficult to give you an exhaustive account of this event, which brings together several hundred exhibitions all around Saint-Étienne, let alone when visiting it with two little girls aged 3 and 5! In this context, I can already announce
Design and empathy, a reflection that brings together all areas of society. Whether it's putting ourselves in the user's shoes to understand and anticipate their needs, or enabling and supporting new forms of social bonding, empathy has been at the heart of the design discipline since its origins.
Fortunately, as I turned down an alleyway, I came across the "Istanbul Design Center". It's a school of applied art, a venue for exhibitions, workshops and conferences, a publishing house... in short, just what I was looking for! A few posters have piqued my curiosity! Unfortunately, I had to drop
The disabled pictogram was born in the 60s in the context of the international disability rights movement. It represents a fight for the widest possible accessibility to places and buildings. Today, it's feminized... for a new fight!