Design schools have long taken to their hometown design festivals to capitalize on a broader audience for their work, and the China Central Academy for Fine Arts is no exception. From the Visual Communication department's “Museum of Bicycle Parts” in 2013 to last year's Industrial Design student showcase “Everyday Issues,”
We here at Core77 wouldn't have let founding partner Allan Chochinov out of the office four years ago, if he hadn't gone off to do an important thing: Co-founding and chairing the School of Visual Arts' Products of Design MFA program. Chochinov has been toiling away at the innovative program
Imagine a world where objects compete for our attention and evolve for human interaction. The home is the battleground for product superiority and attention of the human figure—and on managing newness, human desire, and waste, the product sphere has entered a crisis of behavior. For the human gaze is an
So many of the things that we work on are shaped by the light that graces it. The relationship between light, medium, and artist is important—it affects the way we feel about the artifacts we handle. Shift is an exploration of light and color in space. Simply move the track-pad
The tactility of musical performance is often lost in the flat interfaces of our phones and iPods. Wave envisions an environment in which we interact with objects around us is to converse with them physically. Instead of pushing on a flat screen, dynamic motion control allows you to swipe, twist, point and tap in the air to skip, pause and browse your library.
Insects are an extremely efficient and healthy source of daily protein and nutrients, already historically consumed by 80% of the world's cultures - but uptake has been slow in the western world. Why is this? Pezt attempts to normalize insects in the kitchen - as with most fears, our distaste
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