Design for Repair investigates the historical and current state of repair in material culture as it applies specifically to product designers.
An entertaining new collection of ruminations on the nature and future of design.
The story of how a small, decorative purse became deeply embedded in 19th-century Victorian popular culture.
Examining common histories and persisting misunderstandings between hackers and designers, from Makerbot to Hacking Ikea to DIY.
Examining the ways in which specific producers of contemporary Brazilian culture have capitalized on misappropriations of the favela in order to brand luxury items as “Brazilian.”