It might go without saying, but gastronomy goes hand in hand with graphic design. Many businesses are entering the market with more and more excellent visual
We might not even know why or where the milk-drinking habit originated, but by the time of automated milk processing, it had become a worldwide beverage.
Open, fair, and inclusive: these three words describe the new city designed by the architecture firm Bjarke Ingels (BIG) for American entrepreneur Marc Lore. Debuting on
Certainly, we all have heard the term bistro, which has changed a lot over the years, not just in meaning but also in many other ways.
Demand for tiny apartments and homes has been an emerging trend in recent years. The new development of House.me responds to this market need: Microhaus functions
We love to talk a lot about the importance of sustainable design. But is it enough to only change the materials and the processes to reshape
This is not the first time in the history of our HIGHLIGHTS series that we are sharing design projects that revive the heritage of the past,
With the season coming to an end, our hours in the sun are getting shorter: autumn is approaching, but before we bury our well-deserved rest, let’s
A yellow 1967 Amphicar Model 770, which can travel on both land and water, is up for auction until the end of the week. The amphibious
Since the turn of the millennium, many novelties and technological achievements have come into the public view. Perhaps the best known of these is 3D printing
Ever since there was once a Bauhaus and Swiss graphic design, it’s no surprise to anyone that a business chooses total minimalism as its visual identity.
I often ask myself the question: why do we like to read magazines and newspapers even today? The question is legitimate and can be linked to
The visual identity of a company or organization is now an unavoidable factor. This has been the case for a long time, but over the years
Anyone can draw—we often hear this comment about an illustration. While everyone can draw, they can’t necessarily illustrate. Designing and practicing an illustrative world requires just
Although the bitter wind sometimes strikes our faces, spring is approaching unstoppably. Our favorite colors emerge from grayness, so the shop windows and advertising surfaces of