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New trend report - Nature’s Living Wisdom

New trend report – Nature’s Living Wisdom

One of the world’s top trend forecasters, Kristina Dryza, explores nature’s living wisdom in this new issue of The David Report. Kristina asserts that rhythm is the keynote of nature and is fundamental to wellbeing. Not just a sign of life – rhythm is life. She writes that we often forget our body is part...
Out now - Closed Wallets, Closed Minds

Out now – Closed Wallets, Closed Minds

The new issue of the David Report is called “Closed Wallets, Closed Minds”. We are increasingly suffering from consumption fatigue, but brands and designers have yet to acknowledge the fact, reckons David Carlson. -’Brands must either get used to the idea of a world in which we buy less, which will at least test theories...
A reminder of the Design + Culture in-depth trend report

A reminder of the Design + Culture in-depth trend report

  If you have note yet been reading our latest in-depth trend report called Design + Culture: A Return to Fundamentalism? here’s a short sum-up of the content: 1. GLOBAL VERSUS LOCAL If we lose our sense of Culture, we will have lost our state of collective consciousness and expression. Even if nation-hood is no...
Design+Culture - A Return to Fundamentalism?

Design+Culture – A Return to Fundamentalism?

We are happy to announce the new in-depth trend report from David Report called “Design+Culture – A Return to Fundamentalism?“. Design has become the embodiment of a larger process of creative ‘culture-mongering’ that has become a means to capture ideation, innovation and enterprise and made to stand for cultural identity. Whilst the application of design...
Time to Rethink Design

Time to Rethink Design

We are facing a pandemic of  ‘designed stuff’ and we have reached a contamination point, a crisis for Design. Why are we not more pertubed and disturbed, why are we so complacent and tolerant? Should we not be calling for a guerrilla war against ‘designerism’, antiviral campaigns against the design establishment or do we need...
New David Report bulletin - A checklist for sustainability

New David Report bulletin – A checklist for sustainability

The new issue of the David Report bulletin is a checklist for sustainability. We will not provide all of the answers, but we will on the other hand ask a lot of questions – one of the most important ways to acquire knowledge. You will also find thoughtful quotes and best practise examples. One thing...
New report about 5 key design trends

New report about 5 key design trends

We are happy to announce a brand new issue of the David Report bulletin. In this issue we will bring forward five key design trends, that we believe in one way or another will change the future. We will leave the surface to instead go in depth and relate our five key design trends to...
New bulletin - I shop therefore I am

New bulletin – I shop therefore I am

I’m proud to announce the new David Report bulletin called “I shop therefore I am”. In this issue we are looking into the world of consumer culture from different point of views; ethical, social, political, economical and humanistic. Shopping has turned into a lifestyle. We consume as leisure and a way to pass time. But...
New bulletin called The Sustainable Wheel

New bulletin called The Sustainable Wheel

I’m proud to announce the new David Report bulletin called The Sustainable Wheel. It’s important to have a holistic mindset when talking about sustainable design. Quite often ecological matters are overbalanced. In this issue we are describing an imaginary wheel (created by Designboost) which could work as a tool for designers, companies and organisations when...
New David Report bulletin called Vulgarism

New David Report bulletin called Vulgarism

We are happy to announce issue number 7 of David Report bulletin called Vulgarism. This new issue will take you on a trip into the ongoing convergence between design and art. Teapots in super size, huge Pinocchio dolls in mosaic, porcelain horse heads and knitted dogs. Is design flirting with art, or is it art...