The sixth (and first year anniversary) issue of Téte-á-Téte has been released. You can download it here.
The Seoul Design Foundation in collaboration with designboom have launched their call-for-entries for the 2010 Seoul Cycle Design Competition.
The competition seeks to foster a healthy cycling culture in the city and requests entries from professionals, students and design-enthusiasts in the categories of cycle design, cycle fashion & accessories design, and cycling infrastructure. Prize money totals US$46,000 across a number of categories.
For more information visit designboom.
Mollie Bosworth's work embodies the lushness of the rainforests and tropical landscape where she lives in Kuranda, North Queensland. Having refined her skills over 20 years, Mollie is an innovative maker, developing water soluble ceramic colorants and image transfer techniques with enchanting results: ‘I enjoy development photography and image manipulation, sourcing images from places including my garden and the surrounding rainforest.’ Mollie’s work is held in many collecting institutions.
Her upcoming show at Pan Gallery in Brunswick openis on Wednesday 2nd June at 6pm.
PANGALLERY | 142-144 Weston St Brunswick East | email@example.com
Exhibition runs from 3 - 30 June, 2010
Mollie's work can also be found at FORM on Murray | 08 9226 2799 | firstname.lastname@example.org
May 01, 2010 — December 31, 2010
Houston Street and Bowery, New York City
In 1979, the Czech magazine ABC mladých techniků a přírodovědců (An ABC of Young Technicians and Natural Scientists) published a jigsaw called Dirkon, a functional pinhole camera made of stiff paper, designed for 35 mm film. At the time, there were very few good magazines for young people in Communist Czechoslovakia, so the Dirkon quickly became part of the pop culture of that generation.
Indesign Launch Pad: Entries Close May 10
LaunchPad is an important and unique Australian initiative focusing on the support and development of Australian product design.
Through the Launch Pad program and exhibition, the local and international design community nurtures and celebrates original, authentic and innovative emerging Australian design, by supporting and cultivating the careers of those product designers involved.
The depth and breadth of Launch Pad goes far beyond its annual exhibition of prototypes. The expertly curated Launch Pad program of events also promotes real relationships between people, ideas and products in design.=