The Identity was created for the event called ‘DEMO. Exploring new processes of creating’ and was pitched as ‘a space for trial’. Which allowed and gave emphasis not only on the final product, but on the process of creating and producing an experimental graphic identity.
Science is exploring the potential of insects for food production and to satisfy our future dietary needs, however, Marlène Huissoud is primarily interested in using insects as co-partners in the design process.
Luke Shalan investigates the relationship developed between maker, tools and materials through a process driven practice. Working in tandem with contraptions he creates, he explores the material tendencies of porcelain.
Exogenous is an ephemeral tool, a cardboard mold which allows variable geometry to cast material, to compel the time of the solidification process then releases the solid piece.
“I want to live in a small house on a small plot at a reasonable price. Budget was fixed at € 75.000. I am still remembering last summer on the countryside. Could we recycle the typology, morphology, even decor of Slovakian rural architecture?”
This warm and witty spot showcases Dorset Cereals’ personality and links to nature, aiming to build on the emotional connection between consumers and the brand. Directed by Conor Finnegan, the ‘Life Begins at Breakfast’ message uses entertaining animal characters supporting the brand image to reinforce how important breakfast is to starting the day.
They started in 2009 with the bread courses of Ibán Yarza in The Glutton Club. Published in 2011 under the label Glutton Books, one of the reference books for fans of the bakery. In 2012, they opened with its author, international guru of bread Dan Lepard, The Loaf In a Box. The Loaf In a Box was a temporary bakery, conceived for three months in Donostia.
Quick and affordable 3D printing technology applied to classic stop-motion opens Dutch science program Het Klokhuis (The Apple Core) which is Holland’s oldest youth television show, covering everything from the history of dinosaurs to how an iPhone is made.
Branding and art direction for Mambo Collective, a collective of photography focused on street and water sports, landscape, nature, portrait, urban and street photography.
19-year-old Boyan Slat combines environmentalism, entrepreneurism and technology to tackle global issues of sustainability. While diving in Greece, he became frustrated when coming across more plastic bags than fish, and wondered: “why can’t we clean this up?”
Lavy Ohayon is part of the adidas design team that is responsible for designing the football jerseys for teams at the football world cup this year. The job itself as designer allows you to research into a wide variety of subject and is a great challenge. Working out the national identity of a country and incorporate this into the design of the football shirts, this is what is driving them.
The new footwear which will perfectly match with your foot by “dipping” your own foot. Satsuki Ohata has named it “Fondue Slipper” because the production process is similar to cheese fondue. It’s very easy to make. You just dip your foot and dry it. That’s all.
Material waste is something that effects all industries and leaves a lasting effect on the planet. This project is a collaboration with TED textile company and Chelsea College of Art and Design, students chose one or two TED principles to focus on – and come up with a new sustainable method for design using this principle.
The Make&Mold Project started as a low cost thermoplastic modelling process, in order to reclaim industrial materials and technique’s used in conventional plastic molding industry….
“The surface of the water will at first be flat, as before the bucket began to move; but afterthat, the bucket by gradually communicating its motion to the water, will make it begin to revolve, and recede little by little from the centre, and ascend up the sides of the bucket, forming itself into a concave figure.”
Every year 1.2 million people die worldwide in traffic-related incidents, and over 90% of those accidents are due to human error. The Google self-driving car team hopes to improve people’s lives by developing fully self-driving technology that can improve road safety and make it easier for people to get around.
On their traditional wooden looms, they create unique pieces using the highest quality raw materials, such as wool, cashmere, linen, silk and yak. Manual looms enable them to create deliciously imperfect borders on their pieces. A wool blanket becomes a work of art full of nuances, reflecting the individuality of each weaver.