The designer has created a new photobooth that meets his aims of designing democratic and affordable products. Starck claims they offer a solution for those who can't afford a camera, adding that photos help us to "exist." He also laments the modern propensity for vandalism that threatens the booths, saying: "Twenty years ago it was possible to design something pretty and people to respect it. Not now."
In this movie filmed at the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, German projection artists Urbanscreen transform the surface of the Leopold Museum into a three-dimensional film canvas. More
Dezeen Wire: in her latest article for The New York Times, design critic Alice Rawsthorn analyses the career of influential graphic designer and filmmaker Saul Bass.
Rawsthorn explains that the designer's bold style "reflected his fascination with constructivism, modernism and surrealism," adding that his work with some of the most important directors in history "transformed what were once cursory lists of the cast and crew into thrilling complements to the movies."
See more articles by Alice Rawsthorn here.
Designers including Jaime Hayon, Paul Cocksedge and Dominic Wilcox will create unique products and curate displays of their work at The Temporium, our Christmas shop taking place at 65 Monmouth Street in Seven Dials, Covent Garden, London from 1-24 December. More
Competition: we've teamed up with the American Hardwood Export Council to give away ten copies of Timber Wave, a book documenting the installation of the same name by architects AL_A and engineers Arup at the V&A museum in London. More