Constructivism was a groundbreaking movement in art, design, and architecture that began in Russia in 1913, but really rose to prominence after the Russian Revolution of 1917. A story by Ilene Strizver.
It’s been nearly two years coming, and now the second issue of the art, science and tech title HOLO has finally landed. Review by Madeleine Morley, magCulture.
10× is a yearly tradition started by Richard Perez and Eric R. Mortensen. Every December, a group of designers, illustrators, and artists countdown their top ten favorite albums of the year through reimagined cover art, all working within a fixed color system.
The world we see with our eyes is just one view of reality, but microscopes can bring a smaller, practically invisible universe within reach. Via Business Insider UK.
Photographer Angelica Dass has matched 2,000 human faces with their corresponding Pantone hue. Find out more at Fast Company’s Co.Design blog.