Tag: DESIGN

19 Mar 2016

At SXSW, Tech has become a lifestyle brand

This year SouthBy, as the festival is known, feels like a story of how the tech ethos has escaped the bounds of hardware and software. Tech is turning into a culture and a style, one that has spread into new foods and clothing, and all other kinds of nonelectronic goods. Tech has become a lifestyle brand.

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09 Mar 2016

Flex Your Creative Muscles at the Art Gym | The Creators Project

Art Gym at Tate Liverpool from 7 – 31 March 2016 © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek. As a public art effort to explore new and unique approaches to art making, and put “creativity at the heart of the gallery,” The Tate Collective Liverpool, along with Turner Prize winners, Assemble, have staged a creative take over of the Tate Liverpool gallery.

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09 Mar 2016

Vinyl Industry Experts Say These Are 22 of the Most Creative, Inspired Album Covers | Adweek

The vinyl resurgence is leading to a revival of record-pressing plants, changing the way record companies do business and bolstering electronics brands like Crosley (which sold 1 million record players in 2015). It’s even given rise to record-of-the-month clubs like Vinyl Me, Please. Read the story adweek.com Image courtesy of adweek.com SHOP THE STORY

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28 Feb 2016

36 Hours in Lima, Peru

36 Hours in Lima, Peru New York Times Weekend Guide By PAOLA SINGER JUNE 17, 2015 Lima’s winning formula: A rich pre-Columbian heritage, emerging art and fashion scenes, and remarkably great food. Peru’s capital may not have world-class architecture, but its old moniker “Lima the ugly” doesn’t hold true these days. Right away, a visitor […]

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15 Dec 2015

PST: Art in the Parking Space @ The Standard, Hollywood

On Tuesday, 1/24 evening, no one cared to be inside the bar at West Hollywood’s The Standard Hotel. Instead, patrons opted to grab a drink in the underground parking garage and observe the Art in the Parking Space. This year-long series of performative installations are a part of Pacific Standard Time’s (PST) Performance and Public Art Festival that is curated by Amanda Hunt of LA>

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30 Nov 2015

Captured Music

Who Shot Rock and Roll? The photographers behind the scenes of rock history are currently being celebrated at the Annenberg Space for Photography (ASP) in Los Angeles. Created by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator and author Gail Buckland, Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 To The Present, is the first major museum exhibit on rock and roll that highlights the integral role that photography plays in the history and making of rock icons.

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