Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category
Not so long ago we took some of our clients out on a sensorial tour of Shoreditch, getting out there to get a bit of inspiration at this year’s London Design Festival.
In: Architecture, Art, Brand Experience, Events, Exhibitions, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Illustration, Innovation, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design, What are we up to? · Tags: London Design Festival
Hear the sounds of the world on Radio Aporee, Richard Rogers’ exhibition at the V&A, Patrick Strattner’s bizarre objects and a crystallised forest in glue, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Architecture, Art, Exhibitions, Innovation, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design, Technology · Tags: 3D printing, Friday Favourites, Installation, London Design Festival, Paper sculpture, Radio, Richard Rogers, Sound design, V&A
Sometimes these posts are built around a theme, sometimes a theme presents itself. Entirely by coincidence, whether finding the unusual in every day objects, changing our perceptions of technology, or simply making us look twice, all of these pieces challenge our perspective. The liquid paint here looks momentarily solid, possibly organic and definitely alive. Lisa […]
In: Art, Exhibitions, Film & Animation, Ooh that's nice
Claire Parker, Creative Director at our Amsterdam office, is part of Marketing Tribune magazine’s design panel, so every month she will judge a corporate design. This time the design panel was asked to judge the identity of Nimus, the youth label of the Jheronimus Bosch 500 event in 2016.
In: Art, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Brand Strategy, corporate design panel, Corporate Identity, Events, Exhibitions, Film & Animation, News, Uncategorized, Viewpoints · Tags: cdp, Corporate design panel, dbn, Jheronimus Bosch 500, Marketing Tribune, nimus
Images hidden in the edges of books, James Patrick’s illustrations for Black Milk Clothing, play a game to mix your own music video and a film that emulates the ageing process, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Architecture, Brand Experience, Corporate Identity, DB Student Awards, Digital, Employer Branding, Exhibitions, Graphic design, Healthy Marketing Team, Pharma branding · Tags: Books, Crowdsourcing, Friday Favourites, Gaming, Illustration, Interior design, Music, Music video, Philips, Philips Citiscape, Video games
The series of guest speakers we invite each month or so on Thursday nights ‘At the Bar’ has brought in a huge variety of people who share their stories and passion with us. This time we welcomed through the doors Architect and Designer Jose Subero.
In: Advertising, Architecture, Art, At the Bar, Events, Exhibitions, Film & Animation, Ooh that's nice, Viewpoints, What are we up to? · Tags: At the Bar, dbn, Environment, Photography
Victorian printing press demos at Fortnum & Mason, lectures on how to Play With Your Food and a real life Escher-inspired staircase – here are some of our top picks for this year’s London Design Festival.
In: Art, Events, Exhibitions, Fonts, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design · Tags: LDF, Letterpress, London Design Festival, Typography, V&A museum, Watches
Abandoned World War II bunkers by photographer Jonathan Andrew, a new wave of barbershops, Don Quixote de La Mancha, fascinating maps and dinosaur women by Mica Angela Hendricks and her daughter, all in this weeks Friday Favourites.
In: Architecture, Art, Awards, Exhibitions, Film & Animation, Ooh that's nice, Uncategorized, Viewpoints · Tags: Amsterdam, Don Quixote de La Mancha, Friday Favourites, Illustration, Jonathan Andrew, Maps, Mica Angela Hendricks, Photography, Websites, ww2 bunkers
Too awesome to pass over, despite being from the other week, this amazing installation at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris looks absolutely incredible. The piece, Baitogogo (by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira) took three-months to build by weaving Brazilian fencing components into a complex shell, before layering with real bark. It looks like it grows […]
In: Advertising, Art, Asia, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Digital, Exhibitions, Film & Animation, Graphic design, Marketing, Ooh that's nice
Last month King ADZ hosted an ‘At The Bar’ talk at our office while he was in Amsterdam to promote his new book ‘The Stuff You Can’t Bottle’. He shared his unique insights into the lives of young people across the globe. We asked him to write a guest post for our blog – to share how he gets out there and digs deeper to uncover consumer insights from the real world.
In: Advertising, Art, At the Bar, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Brand Strategy, Careers, Digital, Events, Exhibitions, Fashion, Film & Animation, Insights, Marketing, Ooh that's nice, Viewpoints, What are we up to? · Tags: advertising, africa, authenticity, discovery, King Adz, niche, sub-culture, writer, youth, youth culture