To encourage large-scale collaboration, to avoid heading down an unsustainable path dominated by a narrow focus on the economic master narrative (compare F.S. Michaels’ “Monoculture”), maybe it is necessary to start an awareness campaign that clearly communicates existing threats such as global warming, resource depletion, etc, beyond the limits of partisanship.
A photoseries about Mexican workers on their foay to work in the back of trucks. It’s intended to point at the problem that most workers have long commutes, but nobody cares about the public transportation system.
Funny enough, for me it was the other way round: when I first got exposed to Rashid’s work, I really did not like it. Only now that I read one of his books (Design your self), and exposed myself to a variety of designers from a multitude of disciplines have I discovered his work and philosophy for myself.
I love this sofa, and I believe it is a great play on optical tricks, just as mentioned in the article
This article features a collection of ads that would (hopefully) not be allowed anymore today. It includes a couple of pretty sexist statements, babies promoting tobacco and a lot of racism. I found it interesting to skim through these and look at the change of values in society. But then again, did the values really change or did we just get better at making it less obvious?