The departure of the Dutch designer resident for almost 60 years in Italy, Andries Van Onck on May 18, reminds us of his time in Latin America and as an example his student designers who became project managers in a story that deserves to be told .
I attended a lecture about disruptive leaders with brazilian futurist Jaqueline Weigel at InovaBra a new and trendy innovation hub from Brazilian Bank Bradesco in São Paulo, Brazil and would like to share this learning about being a disruptive leader in this 21 century new world First of all I would like to clarify what Seguir leyendo
The two south american countries represent Latin America Design in Paris with samples that show a lot of identity. Two styles, two ways, two strategies. I do not remember in the recent past years the coincidence of Brazil and Colombia as exhibitors in a design event, until this parisian week. The event portrays in a Seguir leyendo
His colleague, disciple and friend Jonny Gallardo has send us a sketch of the great argentinian designer Ricardo Blanco
He thinks of his creations as a philosopher, works them as a scientist, and draws them as an artist. This is the key to success. Manuel Estrada
Why are some products so successful even though they seemingly do not look great and because other really amazing ones have no significance? This is usually the great unknown that designers, entrepreneur and, those who are looking for opportunities that translate into innovative and successful projects. It is not always thought that these projects to Seguir leyendo