The seventh issue of Eight:48 is out. Titled, ‘You are Here’ and focuses on designers and their relationship with the cities they live in. The issue features viewpoints from Tim Bjørn, SB Studio, Somewhere Else, Mainstudio, Bond, MusaWorkLab, HelloMe, Jules Julien, STUDIO NEWWORK, Nicholaus Scmidt, La Tigre, Samuel Jacques and Sixstation Workshop.
Phaidon have relaunched their site with a much stronger empahsis on editorial content. There’s some excellent features on the site, and it is most definitely worth a read.
Eight48, the new magazine for the creative community, have a delicious new site online. This piece of featured work from Eskimo Square for DeadMau5 caught my eye, not least because I was listening to DeadMau5 at the time.
“This authoritative and meticulously researched collection charts the story of product design over the past 200 years. It was years in the making and was compiled via rigorous selection process by an international panel of design-world insiders, including architects, critics, curators, product designers, auctioneers, and historians.”
Process Journal is a quarterly released design publication that showcases the very best of Australian and international design. Thomas Williams tells us, “As you turn the pages you will se that we are not a magazine, we are not a book, but like to consider ourselves somewhere in between. We are about capturing beautiful work in a printed publication that takes a step back and allows the design to do the talking”.
Along with Edition One, we have launched a brand new website, that is now live. Our site will include regular updates on Process Journal, plus featuring new design work from from all studios and individuals featured in the publication.
Dirty Mouse is an inspirational design blog, updated several times a day. Dirty Mouse aims to provide designers' mice with enough visual food from the worlds of graphic design, web design, illustration, photography, interior and product design in order to get their creative juices flowing.