Starting as a niche publication and now being picked up all over the world, Fantastic Man by Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers was discussed during the What Design Can Do conference in May.
An overview of the work of Maria Blaisse will be published next week in a book titled The Emergence of Form.
International Herald Tribune design critic Alice Rawsthorn’s new book “Hello World” is a great and important read. A few of the most interesting names in contemporary Dutch design make it into her narrative on how...
This spring a record number of Dutch designers will be present during the Design Week in Milan. You can find a complete list in the seventh edition of Connecting the Dots, which will be co-published with ELLE...
At Milan Design Week last April we came across a wonderful children’s book all about design. Now it has been translated from Polish to Dutch and naturally features a host of Dutch design heroes.
A new book published by nai010 focuses how art and design can be better understood within a democratic framework. Also, how it can be more effective. A lot of the ideas raised focus on objects, or the politics of...
Tim Enthoven’s book titled “The Tiny Tim” uses illustration and an easy format to create an intriguing coming-of-age tale that could mean any of many things.
With only a few weeks left to get course applications in, Design.nl reviewed Frame’s guide to the world’s best Master design courses.
Alissa van Asseldonk graduated from the DAE with a book that commodifies the human body. It is a thrilling and sometimes grotesque reminder of the potential and actual usability of life.
With the new year fast approaching Design.nl has received some interesting design calendars. Mostly attributed to a certain city we take a closer look at Arnhem, Rotterdam and The Hague.