Design News –Tuesday the 28 November 2017

Design News from around the World. A daily eclectic mix of some of the best design news from around the world.

Life-Changing Home Habits You Should Start in Your New Place

Sometimes moving into a new apartment is just the push you need to start over. It’s a clean slate-your new home is clean and empty, and as you move in, you have the power to decide where everything goes and what you want your home to be like.

Stickers for Peace: Project Update

We’ve started to get some fun submissions to our sticker project with Society6. If you missed the announcement we’re on the hunt for any sticker designs that relate to the them of “Peace”. If you wanna create one or you’ve already created one simply submit it to us and we’ll promote the sticker and your Society6 artist store!

Photographer Spotlight: Ricardo Nagaoka

Ricardo Nagaoka is a photographer based in Oregon. His series Eden within Eden focuses on gentrification in Portland, Oregon. “Gentrification; we hear this word more often than ever before, it’s effects pervasive and insidious. It is often labeled as “progress”, but where are we progressing to?

Brand New: New Logo for Maryland Department of Transportation by 99Designs

New Logo for Maryland Department of Transportation by 99Designs

These Gorgeous 19th-Century Drawings Of Microbes Are Science And Art

Not all contributions to science come in the form of numbers. For instance, the German biologist Ernst Haeckel’s incredibly detailed drawings, made during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, shed light on the microscopic organisms that populate our world.

Designers, It’s Time To Move Slowly And Fix Things

Recently I took a monthlong sabbatical from my job as a designer at Basecamp. (Basecamp is an incredible company that gives us a paid month off every three years.) When you take 30 days away from work, you have a lot of time and headspace that’s normally used up.

What Computer Vision Actually Looks Like – Core77

Over the years we’ve been conditioned by movies, from the “Terminator” flicks of the ’80s and ’90s to more recently, the “Fast & Furious” franchise’s “God’s Eye,” to have a concept of what computer vision looks like. But how does the real thing stack up? Take a look at

This Cat And Dog Enjoy Traveling Together, And Their Photos Are Absolutely Adorable

As big hiking enthusiasts, Cynthia Bennett and her boyfriend had to make sure that the pets they *took* back home with them *loved* the outdoors as much as them. And whether it was the careful selection process or a strong gut feeling, it seems that they got it right when they chose their dog Henry and cat Baloo, who can’t get enough of nature.

PESI studio integrates wireless charging technology into everyday furniture pieces

using mobile products, PESI studio has designed wireless charging gadgets through a design-partnership with samsung electronics co., ltd.

Design is fine. – Cutlery, first half of the 17th century. Carved…

Cutlery, first half of the 17th century. Carved ivory, steel. France. Via MKG Hamburg Both herm figures are dressed in a mix of roman and medieval style. Within a courtly art chamber such a showpiece…


10 Timeless Designs That Make the Perfect Gift from YLiving – Design Milk

We’ve selected ten modern gifts for most anyone on your list from YLiving that are classic designs that will never go out of style.

Color Collect | Design Seeds

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567 printers steal the show in OK GO music video ‘obsession’

an OK GO music video might include a routine on treadmills or floating around in 0 gravity…now 567 printers steal the show in their latest – ‘obsession’.

Google Street View Lets You Walk in Jane Goodall’s Footsteps and Visit the Chimpanzees of Tanzania

As mentioned here last month, Dr. Jane Goodall is now teaching her first online course through Masterclass. In 29 video lessons, her course will teach you about the three pillars of her lifelong work: environmental conservation, animal intelligence, and activism.

American Seen: Photographs from a pre-digital, less paranoid era

The photographs in Americans Seen were made between 1979 and 1986, when Sage Sohier was a young photographer living in Boston. As Sohier writes in her…

Human Brain Project

Interactive installation for HBP A new era in Big Neuroscience exhibition at the European Parliament in Brussels. The Human Brain Project is a scientific research infrastructure for neuroscience and high performance computing. Co-funded by the European Commission, the project in



teamSimon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown.  Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses.  Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment


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