We don’t know who’s behind The Media Whore – other than ‘Bartholomew J King’ and ‘James Mullarkey’ – but we’re sure impressed they modelled their design version of The Onion on po’ little us (‘flutter eyelids and look bashful, Princess Di-style’). ‘Changing Rooms to Visit Camp X-Ray’, ‘Smerton Barclay to Prove that Death is Just So Much Fun’ and ‘Marc Newtown (once again) exhibits his work at the Design Museum’ – ‘So Last Week’, the truth almost hurts. Fellas, we salute ya.
A one-size-fits-all approach means that disabled people are not being consulted on the design of products they use. We speak to the people who are trying to change this.
From an editorial influenced graphic style to a changing education landscape and a burgeoning international outlook, what defines design in New York?
Stories That Never Stand Still has been created “by people with ADHD, for people with ADHD”, and features educational articles alongside personal accounts that attempt to cut through the stigma
Precious Plastic seeks to tackle a “global problem on a local level” by sharing blueprints for industrial plastic recycling machines.