In advance of the recent inauguration of the DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza and Park) in Seoul, Icograda was asked to assemble the DDP Advisory Committee to develop a brand platform and guiding themes that would facilitate future communication with the public and various stakeholders. The Committee would ultimately conceive of a poster project to embrace and celebrate DDP’s vision and promote awareness of the world’s newest platform for the exploration of the social design agenda.
In this article originally published in Communication Arts September/October 2014 issue, design educators explain that in order to prepare students for the field, they must first determine what, exactly, the designer of the future will do.
This summer, three young landscape architects from HKDI will unveil their installations at the prestigious Tamar site on Hong Kong’s harbour front. The article was originally published in SIGNED magazine.
In this article, originally published in the March issue of Novum World of Graphic Design Magazine, we explore how the Hungarian Miklós Kiss, offered a corporate identity design as a gift to his native land to mark its National Day.
In this article, originally published in the December issue of Novum World of Graphic Design Magazine, Diseño Shakespear’s founder Ronald Shakespear and his sons seeks to make the city of Buenos Aires easy to read by developing a new wayfinding system and visual identity for the Buenos Aires Underground.
In this article, originally published in IdN v20n5, we discover why it is a mistake to compartmentalise art into two camps – the functional and the decorative. There is no reason why the two should not fuse into one impactful entity.
In this interview, originally published in the September/October 2013 issue of Communication Arts, photographer Sue Tallon tells us about her career path and her fresh approach to the look of food photography.
The end of paper? That’s what people have been predicting ever since the Internet became a mass medium and screens in some shape or form replaced pieces of A4 or physical notebooks. But like the paper-less office that we were all meant to be working in by now, this dire prophecy has not come to pass.