Posts tagged "humanistic"
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...
Humanistic graphic design

Humanistic graphic design

Sissi Edholm and Lisa Ullenius are two graphic designers based in Stockholm, Sweden who work together under the name Edholm Ullenius. They met at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm and have been a team since then. Their work include posters, book covers, fabric prints and post cards + a lot more. Over the years...

Technology and humanism

I’m not the one that brings commercials forward as the ultimate marketing tool. But this is a really good video. I think it gets much more interesting when you are trying to sell something like a car with a lot of humanistic feeling instead of just the standard technological sales talk. Cars (and actually most...