Posts tagged "culture"
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...
Biodegradable urn gets the Red Dot award

Biodegradable urn gets the Red Dot award

Memento – a water biodegradable urn, designed by Swedish design agency LOTS and manufactured by American company Passages International, has got the Red dot award for high design quality by the jury with its panel of highly respected experts. Memento is an urn for burials at sea. It builds on the humanistic burial ceremony that...
Arik Levy interview on the theme Design Beyond Design

Arik Levy interview on the theme Design Beyond Design

This is an interview with Arik Levy from his studio where he talks about his inspirations and his work. The interview is made by Designboost and is one of three made this spring on the topic Design Beyond Design, which is also the theme for Designboost 2011. Designer, technician, artist, photographer, filmmaker, Levy’s skills are...
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...
Please help Japan

Please help Japan

Dearest our friends in the world, As you may already have known, Japan was hit by the largest earthquake ever recorded on Friday, March 11th. The huge quake and devastating tsunami has left the overwhelming damage to the country and we are still facing this terrifying conditions. As I have received the message from all...
PressPausePlay about digital culture

PressPausePlay about digital culture

PressPausePlay is a documentary film about hope, fear, and digital culture based on interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era such as Moby, Robyn, Sean Parker and Seth Godin, among others. PressPausePlay will be premiering in March at the South By Southwest Film Festival in Texas as a Spotlight...

There are more to Iceland than Eyjafjallajokull

The nature and the culture on Iceland is just fantastic!
Drainspotting - another wholly distinct aspect of contemporary Japanese visual culture

Drainspotting – another wholly distinct aspect of contemporary Japanese visual culture

As Remo Camerota was photographing his book ‘Graffiti Japan’ he came across various drain designs in different prefectures. Camerota started documenting these manholes and eventually collected enough to get a book together. “I noticed there was an otaku culture based around these manhole covers, as well as a huge internet following. People actually have website museums...
Hub Culture: For those who see the world on a global basis

Hub Culture: For those who see the world on a global basis

Hub Culture is home base for the world’s knowledge leaders merging the virtual and physical worlds. Stan Stalnaker in ‘Hub Culture – The Next Wave of Urban Consumers’ first wrote about the network of global urban modernists who orient themselves around hub living in 2002. The associated website became the resource and meeting point for...
New lifestyle application for iPhone – iMove

New lifestyle application for iPhone – iMove

iMove is a lifestyle iPhone application for people who like to dance or express themselves through dancing. The main purpose of my project has been to create an application that stands out as a fashionable accessory among the vast amount of applications available in the app store today. iMove exudes freshness and innovation! 

The target group...