Some of the world’s most innovative young designers have teamed up with the Berlin Institute of the Blind to present a bizarre collection of brushes at the Design Museum. The brushes, all hand-made in Berlin, couple unusual forms – such as Marti Guixé’s door key design – with unconventional uses – as evidenced by Matt Theselius’s Mrs Brush Shoe (pictured right). Other designers featured include Hartmut Ringel (Nail Brush pictured left), Berit Burmeister (Egg Nest pictured centre) and Michael Marriott. The Imaginary Brush Factory runs from 30 October until 12 January 2003.
Aero, which will launch in 2019, is intended to be used alongside existing programs like Photoshop and Dimension, to help designers visualise virtual graphics and products in real-world environments.
The app works across mobile, tablet and desktop and is intended for those who are video-editing beginners but want to create “professional” content for social media.
The exhibition, which has opened at the SVA Gallery in New York, uses graphic art by illustrators and cartoonists to explore some of the most controversial and polarising issues of
Announced at this year’s Adobe Max conference, designers and illustrators will be able to use the image editing and design software on a touchscreen device in 2019.