Archive for ‘/hear’

June 30, 2011

Copyright / Copywrong, the world is changing ©

The world is changing and there’s a lot ‘to do’ with Remixing culture and Copyright at the moment

People have quit diffrent opinions about these subjects. There are Pro’s and Con’s (some warm, some cold).

When is remixing good (Homage/Inspiration), when is it stealing(Plaigiarism)?
I’d like everyone to make up their own mind.  read/see/hear what has been written/shown/told trough the media and links in this post. For me it’s about respect and trying to make authentic work. Even in a world where everything seems to have been made before and where an authentic idea or form is no more..©

Here is a ‘database’ of links I’m collecting concerning this subject. If you know of other good links, please let me know and I’ll add them to the list.

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June 29, 2011

Arttube – Video’s over kunst en design (Dutch)

Arttube is an online video channel created by Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Here you’ll find videos that relate to the museum and it’s collection.
Go to Arttube & Enjoy!
June 29, 2011

Dutch Profiles

Short documentary profiles of Dutch designers, artists and architects

Dutch Profiles > DutchDFA

June 29, 2011

Blogs

Here’s an ever growing list of inspirational blogs:

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Imprint

Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon, 2001

Imprint-The Online Community for Graphic Designers — Expanding the Design Conversation

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Brwn Paper Bag

Brwn Paper Bag

http://www.flickr.com/photos/brwnpaperbag


June 3, 2011

Sandberg Institute Application

Jersey Seymour – a mix between Fonda, Ginsberg, Sellers
Applied Arts

Annelies de Vet – head of the design departement
Design

See the other here:
Application

May 5, 2011

Design education a controversial topic?

20 Jahre KISD – Ein Film

“This film presents the reflections of the 15 professors of KISD about the history of the school, the Kölner Model, the students, the problems and future challenges. A project with the same name was run by Prof. Dr. Michael Erlhoff and Stefan Terlinden in winter semester of 2010.”