• Nick Barclay
    Nick Barclay

    Each poster contains all the necessary information for all 11 lines of the “Tube”, including station details and general geographical data. Using minimalist geometric shapes and colours, Nick has given this great British institution a modernistic facelift.

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  • Jee Young Lee
    Jee Young Lee

    Without employing any digital manipulation, she has hidden her youthful figure among the vibrant details of carefully constructed dreamscapes in each image, inspired by Korean folk tales and English theatrical productions. Lee wants to empower her spirit to rise above her emotions through her photographic pieces and show viewers how one can achieve a re-birth by overcoming negativity.

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Pick of the Month
  • Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle” by Vuptes
    Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle” by Vuptes

    Tobias Zarges is an Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Animator, Musician and Game Designer. He has created the Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle”, the first EP by Vuptes. Koralle is now available as pieces of driftwood with a downloadcode wrapped around it. Each one is handpicked, colored and packed in a bag with additional artwork. Limited Edition of 100.

  • Studio Havakook – Adam Havakook
    Studio Havakook – Adam Havakook

    Adam Havakook is an alumni of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Israel. He gained experience working with Israel's top fashion companies, marketing agencies and start-ups. Adam specialises in deconstructing the essence of different businesses to create cutting-edge visualisation for special campaigns as well as ongoing visual strategy for busineses.

Upcoming Events
Guangzhou Design Week 2014
Guangzhou Design Week 2014

“To Promote Design by Business” as mission, Guangzhou Design Week is running the operation mode of “365+3(days)”, which means 3-day fair and 365-day intensive B2B business events and branding promotion! This year, Guangzhou Design Week will be held in Guangzhou Pazhou PWTC Expo on 5-7 DEC. More than 300 design brands from 20 countries will showcase their work in the exhibition. With more than 8-year operating history, Guangzhou Design Week has become the most influential and largest annual commercial activity in the Chinese design industry.

  • The Big Design Market 2014
    The Big Design Market 2014

    The Big Design Market is the biggest market of its kind in Australia, bringing together the best of independent Australian and international design for 3 huge days of shopping! The iconic Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne provides a stunning backdrop for fashion and accessories, homewares and textiles, lifestyle and kids' products, stationery and books.

  • Inno Design Tech Expo 2014 by HKTDC
    Inno Design Tech Expo 2014 by HKTDC

    HKTDC Inno Design Tech Expo is taking place from 4-6 Dec to inspire your business ideas. Apart from showcasing local designs and technologies, global innovations from China, Czech Republic, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan etc. will be the talk of the town. “Creative and Tech Start-ups Zone” and “3D Printing Solutions” will also make their debut. The 3-days event will house 50+ seminars, forums and workshops giving hottest tips in living design, innovative marketing and brand strategies, fundraising for young entrepreneurs etc. Register now!

  • Singapore International Film Festival 2014
    Singapore International Film Festival 2014

    The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is the largest and longest-running film event in Singapore. Founded in 1987, the festival has become an iconic event in the Singapore arts calendar that is widely attended by international film critics, and recognized worldwide for its focus on Asian filmmakers and the promotion of Southeast Asian films. The SGIFF is committed to nurture and champion Singaporean talents in the art of filmmaking and brings to the city, the highest standard for the enrichment of cultural life in Singapore.

  • SIGGRAPH Asia 2014
    SIGGRAPH Asia 2014

    Asia’s largest computer graphics (CG) event, SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 is going to be hosted in Shenzhen, China for the first time. Held from 3 to 6 December, the conference will include a diverse range of programs, including: Business Symposium, Computer Animation Festival, inspiring Courses, showcase of Emerging Technologies, and more! Over 7,700 attendees from over 60 countries are expected, making the conference and exhibition the largest and most respected computer graphics conference in Asia.

  • Business of Design Week (BODW) 2014
    Business of Design Week (BODW) 2014

    Business of Design Week (BODW), Asia’s annual flagship event on design, innovation and brands will be held on Dec 1 – 6 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Partnering with Sweden this year marks the 10th anniversary of partnership between Hong Kong Design Centre and Sweden. A group of stellar speakers from Sweden and around the world has been lined up by BODW to share the most forward looking design ideas with the public and members of the industry. In addition, DFA Awards Presentation Ceremony is slated to be held during Business of Design Week (BODW) 2014 to promote design awareness and develop creativity. Five top awards will be conferred during the week to honour and recognise distinguished Asian design gurus, excellent design projects and potential young design talents – all of them have the potential to increase the quality and vibrancy of life in Asia.



Must Read
  • Adbusters #115: Blueprint for a New World Part IV (Techno) – What is reality?
    Adbusters #115: Blueprint for a New World Part IV (Techno) – What is reality?

    Is your OS up to date? Good. How’s your WiFi connection? Great. Are you reading this hunched over in a cubicle? LOL. Or maybe huddled in a bomb shelter? Uh-oh. Are you ready for Reality 2.0? Yikes. Can’t quite kick your Facebook habit? That’s normal. Or perhaps you’re wondering about the meaning of life now that every human action is monitored, recorded and exploited by the data-industrial complex? Yeah. So are we.

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