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Archive for July, 2010
  • Image of the Week: Oil Spill

    from the blog post “Tide of Destruction” by Steve McCurry From the photographer’s blog The largest oil spill in human history, unlike what President Obama would have us believe, is not the Gulf of Mexico disaster that the BP is still trying to get under control. Nor was  it caused by accident or error. The […]

  • Beautiful Information

    Information is a tricky thing. Unless it’s cut up into manageable bits and packaged into comprehensible bites, it can become a monstrous collection of facts and figures that you and me can’t relate to. If I told you that each year 800MB of data is produced per person on the planet, it’s a lot less […]

  • Flatform 322: Cardboard Interior

    I know flat-folding corrugated cardboard furniture isn’t a new idea (Studio Korjan was doing great work with cardboard back in 2002, and they had already designed that fabulous cardboard unit for Bandhej, Ahmedabad.) But you have to admit, there’s something very smart about Flatform 322, a cardboard interior designed by Australian designers Toby Horrocks and Kristian Aus for a storefront […]

  • Image of the Week: In the Name of God

    In the Name of God by Olivia Arthur Image from photographer’s website: The Ramnami tribe of Chhattisgarh are a group of people devout in their worship of Ram and devoted to him in every aspect of their daily lived. They are however, considered Dalits and thereby forbidden from entering high-caste temples. Their solution to […]

  • Coins and Competitions

    I’ve obsessed about the design of coins ever since I worked on the design for a Coin Gallery in a museum many years ago. Having seen the most beautiful coins ever minted in India, and then having lived though the clumsiness of the new Indian coins (not to mention the insensitivity of their “sleek” new […]

  • The Queen's Baton for the Commonwealth Games 2010

    The Queen’s Baton just returned to India last month. The country that hosts the Commonwealth Games also designs the Baton: a ceremonial object, which, like the Olympic torch, tours around the participating nations. The 2010 Queen’s Baton, designed by Michael Foley in association with Titan Industries and Bharat Electronics, contains samples of soil from different parts […]

  • Image of the Week: Pablo Bartholomew

    Child victim of the Bhopal gas leak being dug out of the debris, by Pablo Bartholomew, 1984 Photographer’s official website [This post is the first of a weekly collection that I will curate from now on. The idea behind this feature is to bring into focus an image that is either already a part of […]

  • Eat Pudding, Bruce Nussbaum!

    Design do-gooders in the United States are all in a tizzy. That great design-and-business guru, Bruce Nussbaum, has shocked socially responsible designers everywhere with his most recent blogpost “Is Humanitarian Design the New Imperialism?” “Are the American and European designers presuming too much in their attempt to do good?” he asks. Justifications and reactions are flying […]

  • Nicola Zocca’s Heat Shrink Joinery

    I spent last Sunday morning at the Royal College of Art’s Show 2010 in search of something special in the Design Products exhibition space, and I was not disappointed. There are a couple of projects that I’m going to blog about, but first up is Nicola Zocca‘s imaginative heat shrink joinery system. I’ve been hearing […]