Design

Home Design
Arte Y Moda
Post

Arte Y Moda

November 2019, Londonberry Media, in collaboration with Fábrica de Arte Cubano, hosted Arte Y Moda. The series of shows and exhibits celebrated the ingenuity of Havana’s creative class.  

Chanel is Maintaining a “Monopoly” With the Help of Big-Name Retailers, Publishers, The RealReal Claims in New Filing
Post

Chanel is Maintaining a “Monopoly” With the Help of Big-Name Retailers, Publishers, The RealReal Claims in New Filing

Chanel is actively engaging in an “overarching anticompetitive scheme” in order to limit the supply of its products in the market, “inhibit the growth and development of competitors, and artificially raise and maintain [its] prices,” and it has had help from prominent publications and big-name luxury fashion retailers in doing so. That is what The...

Which Is More Creative, the Arts or the Sciences?
Post

Which Is More Creative, the Arts or the Sciences?

International expert in creativity and innovation, UniSA’s Professor David Cropley, is calling for Australian schools and universities to increase their emphasis on teaching creativity, as new research shows it is a core competency across all disciplines and critical for ensuring future job success. Conducted in partnership with visiting PhD researcher Kim van Broekhoven from Maastricht...

Ankle Monitors Could Stigmatize Wearers
Post

Ankle Monitors Could Stigmatize Wearers

Electronic ankle monitors – increasingly used as an alternative to incarceration – are bulky and difficult to conceal, displaying their wearers’ potential involvement with the justice system for all to see, according to a new article by a Cornell researcher. Though these monitors have been widely used since the 1980s, their design has not significantly...

Sensors Woven into a Shirt Can Monitor Vital Signs
Post

Sensors Woven into a Shirt Can Monitor Vital Signs

MIT researchers have developed a way to incorporate electronic sensors into stretchy fabrics, allowing them to create shirts or other garments that could be used to monitor vital signs such as temperature, respiration, and heart rate. The sensor-embedded garments, which are machine washable, can be customized to fit close to the body of the person...

Pantone: How One Company Built a Business Turning Color Into Cash
Post

Pantone: How One Company Built a Business Turning Color Into Cash

Headquartered about an hour outside of Manhattan in Carlstadt, New Jersey, a company called Pantone categorizes color and sells it. Founded in the 1950s by brothers Morris and Jesse Levine as a commercial printing company, M&J Levine Advertising evolved into something else entirely by the 60s when employee Lawrence Herbert revamped the business’s ink and printing division, introduced...

Artist without Boundaries: Jordi Molla
Post

Artist without Boundaries: Jordi Mollà

Society tends to categorize people by their primary occupation: oh, you’re an actor; a doctor; a politician. But many people do pursue more than one role, even simultaneously; and there are many actors who are known for their work as musicians, activists, philanthropists, athletes– and even artists. The Spanish actor Jordi Mollà is one of...

Serafin, the Shoemaker
Post

Serafin, the Shoemaker

Serafin is a veteran shoemaker in the Gracia district of Barcelona. For years, he’s worked with traditional methods, some mechanical instruments, and above all, with his hands. Video – Georgie Uris ⎪ Photography – Nacho Martínez