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Set in Style: Feather
Feather brooch, Paris, France, 1928 Promotional video from the Set in Style: Van Cleef & Arpels exhibition.
Set in Style: The Process
Exploring the design process of Van Cleef & Arpels. 
Design [R]evolutions: Modern Times
Cheryl Buckley, Professor of Design History, Northumbria University, Newcastle From the curving lines of Thonet bentwood furniture and delicate Lalique glass to sumptuous jacquard woven textiles and Japanese-influenced graphics, the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries produced extraordinarily beautiful objects. Professor Cheryl Buckley and a panel of experts will tell the story of the turn...
Cooper-Hewitt 2012 Holiday Greeting
This holiday greeting was designed by Evan Roth, winner of the 2012 National Design Award for Interaction Design, for Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
The Miser’s Purse: Demo by Laura Camerlengo
What is a miser's purse and how does it work? Watch this short video to see Laura Camerlengo, author of the DesignFile e-book "The Miser's Purse," demonstrate how to use this nineteenth-century costume accessory. Interested? Check out "The Miser's Purse," an e-book by Laura Camerlengo now available in iTunes, Amazon, and most places e-books are...
Business of Design 2012 – Provocation
On October 16, 2012, leading innovators and thinkers in business and design were invited to Cooper-Hewitt's Business of Design Breakfast, an annual National Design Week event, for a discussion about creative ways each community can be inspired by the other. Bob Safian, publisher of Fast Company, moderated the conversation. Themes included how design can be...
Business of Design 2012 – Young Designers
On October 16, 2012, leading innovators and thinkers in business and design were invited to Cooper-Hewitt's Business of Design Breakfast, an annual National Design Week event, for a discussion about creative ways each community can be inspired by the other. Bob Safian, publisher of Fast Company, moderated the conversation. Themes included how design can be...
Glass Lab at Governors Island
Visit www.cmog.org/glasslab for more information. GlassLab, the Corning Museum's live glass design program, features a team of expert glassmakers, who work alongside graphic designers included in Cooper-Hewitt's current exhibition, Graphic Design−Now in Production to create innovative pieces based on the designers' ideas, concepts, and sketches that reflect themes from the exhibition. The GlassLab program has...
Post-Digital Culture and Spanish Design
How does design get made today? Join leading designers from Spain, the U.S. and abroad as they talk about their work and the state of graphic design in today's global, connected design world. The convergence of hand processes, traditional printing methods, and digital production are creating new ways to make and consume media.