"Design" Blogs & Blog Posts

Cocoa Chu ChuCocoa Chu Chu

My blog blog is a journal of my creations, inspirations, some things I love...

 
ground workground work

the art, science and politics of garden and landscape design

 
SeaLionSeaLion

A mix of personal projects and impressive things. I'm a designer, phot...

 
Studio Home CreativeStudio Home Creative

It's simple. We post exclusively on creative talent from Australasia i...

 
papernstitchpapernstitch

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, ...

 
DOSEprodBLOGDOSEprodBLOG

A daily dose of news from Sam Hayles who is a graphic designer currently li...

 
Clothed With SackclothClothed With Sackcloth

Chris is a design-graduate from london and heads up the student and 20'...

 


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Surprising - & surprisingly cool - sartorial cultural appropriation in 70s badass fashions...

LUXURY SHOPPING TRENDS: Bucking Danish restraint with all-out designer luxury & no-holds-barred prices...

Everyone thinks they understand good design, and while we all understand our tastes, there’s more to making a product well designed than just making it pretty. Form and function have to combine to work well together, but they both need to be presen...

Designers like Enzo Mari who elevate craftsmanship are laudable. But handcraft porn & small-batch everything ignore some unfashionable economic realities.

Atelier YokYok installed this beautiful geometric string sculpture in the cloister of St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Cahors, France. The vaulted shapes echo the surrounding 11th-century architecture. Read the rest...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  Websites play a key role for businesses of all shapes and sizes in today’s competitive world. It is an integral part of every business’s branding and marketing efforts. But for a small business,...

Every year, the Design Museum in London picks a single object and names it the best design of the year. This year - a chip that replaces animal test subjects with a complex package of human cells.