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A poem by Philip Schultz.
A photographic tour of Mexico City, house by house, wall by wall.
We are thrilled that Design Matters will be returning for it's spring season on Monday, March 10. The episodes will air each Monday afternoon at 3pm.
A call to support better desgn journalism.
This week's advice from Dear Bonnie focuses on women: are there enough women represented on jury panels, in board rooms, anywhere; and is there any specific advice for young female designers?
Porto is an undiscovered gem for designers everywhere: an astonishingly affordable, visually extraordinary European oasis right on the coast of Portugal, where typography reigns supreme. It's also a summer destination for two weeks of intense study with Hamish Muir, Andrew Howard and Jessica Helfand.
If photography hasn't always been a communication medium, what is it? A timeline of the evolution of images as a medium of dialogue.
A review of Isa Genzken's current retrospective on view at the MOMA.
The book, the movie and a new interview.
On Places, Richard Campanella upbraids the Bourbon Street haters and scrutinizes the politics of authenticity in New Orleans.
Energy requirements per person in modern times are 60 times higher than our ancestors. How do we sustain that need as populations also increase?
Having never really taken the time to look at ancient shoes (I have only three pair of shoes myself — black, brown and a pair running shoes), I was very impressed with the creativity and design of shoes from centuries ago.
A 1991 speech by William Drenttel revealed what he knew about the business of design.
This week Dear Bonnie — our truth-telling advice column from Bonnie Siegler — advises independent artist "Cheated in Chicago" on the best course of action when her work is being used by a large brand without her permissi...
UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design will host The City + Water: International Perspectives conference on February 28.
Kiki Smith takes the body and turns it inside out. She makes art from innards. But she eats salad.
Mextrópoli, the First International Festival of Architecture and the City, will take place March 22-26, 2014 in Mexico City.
On Places, Jonathan Massey reviews the 10th São Paulo Architecture Biennial, considering architectural and artistic responses to the wave of economic and urban development reshaping Brazil.
MIT Press has posted a gallery of Design Issues covers from 1984-present on Pinterest.
How the Winter Olympics became Modern.