Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen's "And Nowhere a Shadow" installation.
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Nina Maritz: Reduce the impact on the planet
In an interview at the 2013 AZA Architecture Conference, Nina Maritz speaks about designing community buildings and libraries around Namibia.
Mick Pearce: The potential for Africa is huge
In an interview at AZA Architecture Conference 2013 Mick Pearce explains his design process of biomimicry.
Chris Saunders: Emerging Creatives Q&A
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is filmmaker and photographer Chris Saunders, who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2009.
Reg Lascaris: Young entrepreneurs must be brave
Advertising guru Reg Lascaris talks to us about his new book, Lessons from the Boot of a Car, and about the highlights of his career.
Andy Fenner's Meat Manifesto
Published 21 November 2013
Meat merchant and food designer Andy Fenner spoke at the Spier Secret Festival 2013 about eating less meat and giving the meat we do eat more attention.
Robert Sayre on food as a way to foster inter-country discourse
Published 15 November 2013
Conflict Kitchen’s cultural director and chef talks about using ethnic food as “bait” to get people to learn about the country where that food is from.
Marije Vogelzang on playing with your food
Published 11 November 2013
Dutch eating designer Marije Vogelzang spoke at the Spier Secret Festival 2013 about the connections between people, rootedness and cooking in fire.
Hans Ulrich Obrist: Africa plays a big role for 89plus
Published 08 November 2013
In this interview in London, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist talks about digitally mapping a new generation of artists with 89plus.
Margaret Calvert on knowing your audience
Published 01 November 2013
In this interview at AGI Open 2013, British typographer Margaret Calvert talks about road signs and what the driver needs.
Kenya Hara: The role of the designer is changing
Published 29 October 2013
In this interview at AGI Open London 2013 Kenya Hara says designers should work together to create more active fields of designing.
Eddie Opara: designing for self-worth
Published 25 October 2013
In an interview at AGI Open London 2013, Eddie Opara talks about dealing with frustrating client briefs.
Michael Bierut: Use curiosity as a route into work
Published 22 October 2013
In an interview at AGI Open 2013 in London, Michael Bierut speaks about his groundbreaking projects and the changing nature of graphic design.
Christoph Niemann: Digital expands the possibilities
Published 17 October 2013
Christoph Niemann talks about his transition from print to digital, in particular projects like Petting Zoo and his column for The New York Times.
Chip Kidd: I’m obsessed with Batman
Published 16 October 2013
In an exclusive interview at AGI Open 2013, Chip Kidd tells us about designing book covers and his foray into comic books.
Stefan Sagmeister: Bring the personal and the human into design
Published 15 October 2013
In an interview at AGI Open 2013, Sagmeister talks about The Happy Film, his studio and his advice to young designers. Please note: this film contains nudity.
Roger Law: The sky is the limit – be anything you want
Published 10 October 2013
In an interview at AGI Open 2013, Roger Law speaks about his satirical British TV show “Spitting Image” and his visit to ZA News in Cape Town.
Masashi Kawamura: Making new ways of making things
Published 04 August 2013
Masashi Kawamura is interested in designing new ways to design and experimenting with ways to combines technology and storytelling.
John Bielenberg: What’s the dent you want to make in the universe?
Published 26 June 2013
In an interview at the 2013 What Design Can Do conference, John Bielenberg spoke about inspiring creative people to make an impact on the world.
Mike Kruzeniski: I want to change the entire culture of a company
Published 21 June 2013
In an interview at What Design Can Do 2013, Mike Kruzeniski spoke about creating environments where designers can think big.
Hellicar & Lewis: Our favourite thing is to make experiences
Published 19 June 2013
In an interview at the 2013 What Design Can Do conference in Amsterdam, Hellicar & Lewis spoke about the ways in which technology and people can interact.
Alfredo Brillembourg: Design can empower people
Published 13 June 2013
In an interview at this year’s What Design Can Do conference, Alfredo Brillembourg spoke about the ways design can be used to rethink values and empower people.
Pedro Reyes: I want to create cultural change
Published 12 June 2013
In an interview at What Design Can Do 2013, Pedro Reyes spoke about generating group activities and bringing people together.
Marije Vogelzang: I want to design the act of eating
Published 06 June 2013
In an interview at What Design Can Do conference 2013, Marije Vogelzang spoke about her interest in the way food affects the body, mind and emotions.
Carolyn Steel: Food is too big to see, it is everywhere
Published 05 June 2013
Carolyn Steel believes that food is a powerful tool for questioning the kind of society we’re building and that tiny decisions can make a very big difference.