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Happiness and Other Survival Techniques is also at the Design Museum, but only til the 13 of April. I loved it! Fantastic photography, that seemingly quick pinned up look that’s trendy now, insights from around the globe, good communication graphics, and a free magazine! I can’t recommend this highly enough. This post shows images from the transport section of the exhibition. Continue reading
This quotation from Conran is a simple, powerful principle that drives many design businesses. It delights me to see design well explained to the kind of inquisitive public that will go to the Design Museum.
Terence Conran: The Way We Live Now is at the Design Museum now. See the previous post for a closer look at Conran’s exhibition. Here is a selection of the inspirational quotations from the show. Continue reading
Image taken from newco81-design.com
You know when you have a really cool coffee table book, and you see it on your shelf every day, and you think ‘that’s one great book’? I get that with The Art of Looking Sideways by Alan Fletcher, the late graphic designer. I often want to open it to look at its graphical goodies but everything else seems so important at the time. I had a presentation today, so as a reward – my evening off, finally – I had a leisurely cup of tea on the sofa and a flick through. Such a beautiful pleasure. Continue reading