Some good things we’ve seen #3

10 July 2009 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

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Compiled by Tom Ding

Discussed around the London office lately were:

  • A powerful, and contemporary, example of graphic design from an unexpected source (you may care to compare the production quality of this and this recent Party Political Broadcast from the BNP in the UK)
  • The new Radical Nature exhibition at the Barbican Centre – an exploration of the different ways in which artists have tackled the natural environment over the last forty years
  • Tongue-in-cheek corporate poetry and (less?) tongue-in-cheek corporate music
  • A great post on the reasons why economics models often underestimate social activism and its effect on innovation
  • A lively-looking digital instrument created by an Italian interaction design student
  • A thought-provoking glance at what might change and what might be lost when everything is connected in an ‘internet of things’.

The picture at the top is borrowed, with thanks, from the Chelsea Art Museum

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