In the era of digital art, graphic design trends can evaporate as quickly as they emerged. What has been modern for the past few years may look entirely outdated in 2018. While some trends have stood the test of time, others have vanished in the blink of an eye only to make room for new modern looks. So, if you are looking for an antonym of boring, this would be – graphic design trends 2018.
2017 has been an exciting year for the 3D printing industry, with plenty of new players appearing on the scene, as well as countless new collaborations and innovations. In such a dynamic industry, we would love to be able to simply peer into a crystal ball to see what the future will bring. Unfortunately, we don’t have a crystal ball at Materialise, but we do have many industry experts and visionaries and we’ve asked them to share their predictions for the 3D printing industry in 2018. We’ve bundled their input for you in a list of five trends we anticipate for 2018.
Lumion 8.3 was released today as a free upgrade from Lumion 8. At the core of the release is the new Lumion LiveSync for SketchUp and the improved LiveSync for Revit.
LiveSync is an exciting new feature for architects and designers in SketchUp. Seeing a real-time render as you work is nothing short of astonishing.
For the fourth consecutive year, Swarovski and Design Miami/'s Designers of the Future competition honors emerging design talent whose pioneering ideas propel humanity into the future. This year’s brief—“Can crystal innovations make the way we live our lives smarter, more interactive, sustainable, immersive and accessible?”—challenged designers to find a way to integrate crystals into smart technologies, including psycho-activation techniques, touch crystal technology, and energy crystal technology.
Catchy name, Armadillo. Turns out those Aussies know how to garner attention and do things right. The Australian-based carpet company has landed stateside with a Los Angeles showroom in where else but Beverly Hills...
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has announced the winners of the 2018 National Design Awards, which recognize design excellence and innovation across 10 categories. The White House Millennium Council launched the awards program—including its special events, panel discussions, and workshops—in 2000 as a way to promote design as a vital tool in shaping the world. Award recipients will be honored at a gala dinner and ceremony on Thursday, October 18, in the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden at Cooper Hewitt.
“I love the scale of children’s furniture. I’m all about a mini chair.” And in the world of children’s design, there exists no greater authority than Lora Appleton.
In his home country, New Zealander Simon James has long been known for the clean-lined and uncomplicated residential and contract furniture he crafts for his eponymous brand, Simon James Design. The focus of that company, however, is essentially local. That’s where Resident comes in...
Brand-new lighting, wall covering, and furnishings not to be missed at ICFF 2018. Register today using promo code "idmag" to receive complimentary fair badges for industry professionals.
Textile artist Rachel Hayes. Photography by Scott Rudd. Textile artist Rachel Hayes recently opened “Dreams of Being,” a site-specific installation ...