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An exploration of classic and avant-garde, manual and digital, crafts, graphics, typography, architecture, interiors, furniture, furnishings, 3D printing, street art and more.
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Announcing The Winner Of Co.Design Bracket Madness!

Announcing The Winner Of Co.Design Bracket Madness! | Avant-garde Art & Design | Scoop.it
Readers cast almost 100,000 votes in our contest to name the world's greatest living designer. See who won!
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Who do you think is the world's greatest designer?  I am not sure if there should have been one winner or one winner per category.  Let me know what you think.

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How Design Legend Irving Harper Created The Herman Miller Logo

How Design Legend Irving Harper Created The Herman Miller Logo | Avant-garde Art & Design | Scoop.it
[Editor’s note: The following is republished from WHY, a new digital platform from Herman Miller.]Imagining a sheet of paper as a building site will give you a good sense for Irving Harper’s approach to graphic design.
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Two greats coincide.

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Look, No Grid! NYC Reimagined As A Circular Metropolis

Look, No Grid! NYC Reimagined As A Circular Metropolis | Avant-garde Art & Design | Scoop.it
Mapmaker Max Roberts ditches New Yorks linear grid for concentric circles in this new subway map.
Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

A choice of subway map for the left brain and the right brain individual or the literal or the intuitive. Great idea.

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How Design Legend Irving Harper Created The Herman Miller Logo

How Design Legend Irving Harper Created The Herman Miller Logo | Avant-garde Art & Design | Scoop.it
[Editor’s note: The following is republished from WHY, a new digital platform from Herman Miller.]Imagining a sheet of paper as a building site will give you a good sense for Irving Harper’s approach to graphic design.
Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

Two design greats, Irving Harper and Herman Miller.

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