The Chicago Design Museum strengthens culture and builds community by facilitating the exchange of knowledge through dynamic experiences.
Design Issues at SAIC explores moments in which design has served as a catalyst for social change, while students work collaboratively with clients.
Taking a foundational approach, Armin Hofmann's square, El Lissitzky's triangle and Paul Rand's circle are borrowed to celebrate Print's 75th birthday.
Recently exhibited at Temple Contemporary, a Clock for Identity Designers documents my exposure to 1,035 brands on 14 October 2008.
Swiss Piss is a silly contribution to the Cards Against Humanity Design Pack, a fundraiser like no other for the Chicago Design Museum.
The branding for Richard Hunt—Sixty Years of Sculpture encouraged visitors to experiment with abstract form while learning about the artist.
BauhausManifesto.com promotes readership of Walter Gropius' century-old manifesto about integration of the arts—an idea still essential today.
How strange it is to be anything at all.
Image: Claire Oberst