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Newsletter #165


Newsletter #165

Copy Culture and Open Source Design were the big themes at DMY last week with the release of Open Design Now.  German students presented a fabulous project where they each copied a piece of important or iconic design, but it was DAE graduate Dirk vander Kooij was one of the main winners with his work "Endless". Also this week Design.nl attends the opening of Arnhem Mode Biennale, designs a tree for the make a forest project and takes a closer look at Hella Jongerius' latest project; a table for HSBC.


Copy & Authorship at DMY

Copy & Authorship at DMY

German students copying Dutch designs under the guidance of a Dutch teacher were exhibited during DMY proving that attitudes to open source and copy culture are rapidly changing.

'DAYLIGHT' by Hella Jongerius

'DAYLIGHT' by Hella Jongerius

Considered one of the major designers of her generation, Hella Jongerius has designed a commission for HSBC featured at Design Miami/Basel.

Make A Forest

Make A Forest

Designers, artists and creatives from around the globe are invited to design an artificial tree. The goal? Create a culturally diverse forest and raise awareness along the way.

This is Amber

This is Amber

Last week saw the opening of the fourth edition of the Arnhem Mode Biennale. At Azko Nobel, artistic director JOFF treated visitors to a feast of the senses while over at MMKA the history of fashion was revealed.

Open Design Now: Why Design Cannot Remain Exclusive

Open Design Now: Why Design Cannot Remain Exclusive

The essential book on the future of design and society is now out.  How will design change this century and can laws, practitioners and the public keep up.

Dirk vander Kooij at DMY

Dirk vander Kooij at DMY

DAE 2010 graduate Dirk vander Kooij was the star at DMY last week with his project, “Endless”.

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