Is print dead? Sportswear brand Nike thinks not. Fast Co Design reports Nike has created a limited-edition set of sneakers designed out of shredded magazines called Women’s Premium Print Pack. The range has three styles; The Nike Flash Macro Premium, Nike Blazer Mid Premium ad Nike Air Rift Premium.
Weheart.co.uk is a great site to keep up-to-date with the very latest in fashion, design, music, architecture, interiors and travel. A recent post looks at the exhibition Shades Down in Tokyo Town at Tokyo’s Calm & Punk Gallery, a wonderful celebration of spectacles, due to come to London this year.
Last week design group Syzygy posted an Internet conundrum on its blog. The consultancy teamed up with artist McBess to produce an artwork illustrating 20 things that ’happened’ on the Internet in 2010. The ’things’ include industry events, memes and great Web projects – can you guess what they are?
Here is an article on supergraphics fromSteven Heller on the site Imprint. According to Heller, supergraphics – popular in the 1960s and 1970s – are having a revival and are being applied to mega-scale graphic displays in an environmental and commercial setting.