A Look at Google's Illustrated Logos
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- Founded in 2007 by Léonard Vernhet and Thomas Subreville, Ill-Studio is a multidisciplinary design agency based in Paris, France.
- These icon designs by San Francisco-based graphic designer Zachary Gibson for Google Play Music All Access are hitting all the right notes.
It's my favorite day of the year: My birthday. And for this very special holiday (yes, I consider it so), I've rounded up the perfect products for any fête d'anniversaire—especially those squished in with Thanksgiving and Christmas. Happy Birthday, fellow Sagittarians!
- In celebration of the first Friday in April, a trove of Dwell's favorite finds to usher you into the weekend.
- Information giant Google has centers all over the world that drive everything you see on the web.
- As part of their 75th anniversary celebration, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has partnered with local retail giant Gap on eight limited-edition artist t-shirts.
- Despite a rainy downpour, crowds of art fans, press, and art buyers ventured to Randall’s Island in New York City yesterday for the Frieze Art Fair.
Interior designers: mark you calendars for the IDEC 2012 Annual Conference. Themed "Celebrating our Past, Shaping our Future," it commemorates the Interior Design Educators Council's 50th year as the leading organization for interior design educators. The conference will include a series of events and keynotes that reflect on past accomplishments and look to the future.
Along with the celebration of the past, conference attendees will get a glimpse into the future with three special events:
Jo Heinz, interior designer and managing principle of Staffelbach in Dallas will deliver the Monday evening keynote and will share her vision of the future of the interior design profession.
Rosalyn Cama, president and principal interior designer of CAMA, Inc. in New Haven, Connecticut, and author of Evidence-Based Healthcare Design will also share insight into the future of interior design during the Tuesday morning keynote.
The Fellows Forum will focus on advocacy of the profession and how we can share the value of interior design with our university, our community, and the public at large. Panelists will discuss ways interior design has been embraced outside traditional venues, or ways good design has been brought to those who might not have access to it, as well as creative ways to advocate for the profession. All conference participants will have the chance to share their own ideas following the panel presentation. The ideas will be documented to show how interior design continues to evolve and how we continue to look to the future.