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A Celebration of Excess

A Celebration of Excess

What at first looks like a modern take on a baroque print, turns out to be a little risqué. Sex toys form the patterns in work by recent KABK-graduate Jitske Wedman.

Nominees MINI Young Designer Award 2013

Nominees MINI Young Designer Award 2013

Femke Herregraven, Lex Pott, Yuri Veerman and Sander Wassink are the four talented finalists of the MINI Young Designer Award (MYDA) 2013.

 

Bennie Meek

Bennie Meek

Bennie Meek has come up with some fascinating ideas with his research-based design projects.  A DAE graduate, both his “Living Pavement” and “Death is Natural” projects focus on rethinking man’s relationship with his immediate natural environment.

 

Job Smeets Speaks About the Infamous Gate Fiasco

Job Smeets Speaks About the Infamous Gate Fiasco

Where is the border between design and art? Does it exist? Job Smeets reflects on the project that went terribly wrong and says he learned something first-hand about that so-called boarder from the scandal surrounding his infamous fence. 

 

What to see at LDF 2013

What to see at LDF 2013

Design.nl presents some Dutch highlights of the upcoming London Design Festival which will be held from 14-22 September at various locations around the English capital. 

 

Wonderpus


Wonderpus


During the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam graduation show, Design.nl stumbled upon the work of Suzanne van Beest. Her tactile accessories are based upon nature, the octopus to be exact. 

Aldo Bakker - more than just a jug

Aldo Bakker  - more than just a jug

Summer is the perfect time to visit Hyères where design, art and architecture come alive in a series of wonderfully curated events.  On now at the magnificent Villa Noailles are exhibitions by both Aldo Bakker and Bertjan Pot.

 

Morse Code

Morse Code

There is creativity in abundance when designers and musicians pair up. For the Electric Deluxe label, the Dutch designers of Studio Hands have applied morse code to produce images from sound waves. 

 

Jorge Mañes Returns to Social Design

Jorge Mañes Returns to Social Design

Jorge Mañes new social design project about the island of Nauru reveals one of the saddest and most unbelievable recent histories of what could and should be paradise.


 

Fur is Alive

Fur is Alive

At the Gerrit Rietveld Graduation show we came across the work of graduate Cecilia Valentine who would see us wearing our living pets as accessories instead of as fur coats. 

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