Every year, I try to write a post to celebrate and showcase female designers in one form or another.
Last year, I researched and was acquainted with new designers for the 15 Ted Talk’s by amazing women post.
For that reason, this year, I decided to go in that same direction, and do a list of female designers that can inspire my future work.
This year marks the 100 anniversary of one of the most influential design institutions in the world, the Bauhaus.
Thanks to it, designers all over the world take inspiration from the school’s motto, vision, and syllabus.
Plastic is a concern for everyone. Designers, scientists, and researchers are constantly trying to find solutions and alternatives to this great pollutant.
But long before it was a massive threat against the Earth’s longevity, plastic was an exciting material that shaped Human development in more than one way.
Before being a recent approach to a clutter-free and happier lifestyle, Minimalism appeared as an artistic movement born out of a very different context.
Propaganda posters were one of the primary mediums used to persuade people because they were cheap, easy to reproduce and could reach all levels of society.
So there’s no doubt that intentionally or not, the designers of those posters played a huge role in persuading people on a grand scale and contributed to some of the biggest atrocities in the 20th century.