During World War II, Dorset was part of the last line of defense against Nazi invasion—the former radar station bunker has been revived as a holiday home while retaining its wartime aesthetic.
British firm Lipton Plant Architects led the radical redevelopment of the station, called the Trasmitter Bunker, to
The work is a reflection on nature, as is customary for the Danish-Icelandic artist, and won the contest of the West Cumbrian coastline in the UK.
Most recently, Ólafur Elíasson played with light and reflective surfaces in the Qatari desert, but this time the waterfront will take center stage. The
Adidas and the environmental organization Parley for the Oceans have designed a joint collection for British athletes competing in the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Featuring the colors of the Union Jack, the Team GB and ParalympicsGB collection consist of a thicker and thinner jacket, leggings and women’s trainers. The special
It is no exaggeration to say that we are now witnessing a new renaissance of creative typography. As extravagant, experimental specimens and typefaces roll off the production lines of punchcutters, we are putting our written culture to the test over and over again. What is still recognizable and legible?
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 identities, and many are willing to spend money and energy on the packaging. This week, we showcase projects where design goes beyond the culinary
Ever since ancient times, humans have used tools for their various activities. Harnessing and enjoying water is not possible without objects, so by now, we have perfected the design of our water-related utilities. Now we’re showcasing some of these highlights, join us!
Whether it’s brushing your teeth, boiling
Every week, we bring you even more exciting creative projects, this time we take you into the realm of maps. These colorful illustrations as well as encourage us to visit a region, also give us a better insight into the daily lives of the people living there. Let’s have
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, but we have never presented works that bring a retro world to life in the form of campaigns and objects found in our contemporary
In recent decades, most young people have spent their summers at festivals. As last year many of us were forced to choose other forms of entertainment while forgetting the festivals, this year many events will open their doors again. In our current project selection, we present our favorite visual identities
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 technology, which can now move into anyone’s home. This week, we collected projects related to digital sculpting.
Many times we hear, think that
Shiny, durable, protective: these and similar positive properties characterize metal, which has become the most practical material in the packaging industry by now. In this week’s selection, we show you metal-based packagings.
When we think of ancient wars or medieval tournaments, metal armors covering the bodies of courageous fighters
From a very young age, a mysterious, parallel world becomes part of our lives. We recreate this world over and over again, first through children’s drawings, and later, thanks to trained creatives, through professional illustrations appearing in our environment.
Everything in this world is colorful, beautiful and functional. In
To be able to work efficiently, we primarily need a calm and balanced environment, an indispensable element of which is a good workstation.
Providing the environment to office workers has been the task of companies and employers for long years. However, those returning after a long pause are not simply
What makes a good poster? Above all, if it calls attention. But what makes a poster catch our eyes, speak to us and demand our attention? Is it a clever or funny slogan? Is it an unusual or perhaps tried-and-true font? And what’s the deal with the product the
The objects chosen for our daily work must (also) meet a strict set of criteria. We consider a laptop a long-term investment, which we don’t buy while in a rush (at best): we purchase the selected product after careful consideration, trusting that it will serve us every day.
When we hear the word animation, we tend to think of something unserious or even
childish. Hearing the word makes us think of the world of fairy-tales, a sweet
and unrealistic story: many times (wrongly) we think of the motion picture
creations defined as animation movies as cartoons, and regard
Colorful duffle bags and suitcases fill the trunk of the bus. The driver tries
to stuff one last backpack into the flood of packages. After a goodbye kiss, a
hug and a “take care”, the great adventure begins. We travel on highways, and
pass through unknown cities and villages until
While in former times, the products wished to be sold used to be promoted by
paperboys, signboards, tastefully composed shop windows and cleverly worded
advertisements, today, banners covering giant facades and billboards triggering
interaction are telling us: “this is what you need.” But that’s not enough.
Owing to technological
A poster says: “I’m available” – in other words, a print is an affordable work
of art. We love to take our time when choosing the perfect poster, we consider
several factors and think it over thoroughly, as it’s not just an everyday
decorative element we choose to match
In the era of Gutenberg, the father of printing, type foundries and punchcutting
workshops designed and manufactured the basic accessories of typesetting, the
matrices and cutting punches. Due to the increased demands of the 19th century
press, this rudimentary method was replaced by the Linotype and Monotype
typesetting machines and
Today, to-go paper cups have a reputation almost as bad as that of plastic bags
used for shopping. A hundred years ago, disposable cups meant a major
technological innovation: in 1908, Boston-based lawyer Lawrence Luellen came up
with the idea of single-use paper cups to prevent the spreading of various
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.