The winners and finalists of SHIFTboston's Moon Capital competition have been announced and they look fantastic! Bryna Andersen's winning entry is titled LPS: 2069 and it's "a concept for a microwave provision of terrestrial energy collected with lunar photovoltaics which combines an interesting program and the notion of creating Earth-normal gravity on the lunar surface in a massive rotating torus."
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Our pals at DesignIsMyThing have launched the call for entries for The Say Something Poster Project, a fun competition that will make a positive impact on our youth. From the site:
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I'm very excited to announce Creative Capital: Designed in Boston, our inaugural exhibit! It opens to the public on October 28, 2010 in Boston's City Hall and will be open for 12 months. The exhibit celebrates the contributions of some of Boston's best designers. From the… Continue
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How do we vote for good design? Normally with our feet and our cash. We go places and buy things that we like. Simple as that. Sometimes we resort to public outcry, which was definitely the case when two weeks ago Gap fans completely rejected the new brand identity, essentially forcing Gap back into their old logomark.
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At the A Better World by Design conference this past weekend I attended a great workshop on using QR (Quick Response) Codes in education. I was intrigued since we’re planning on using QR codes in our upcoming exhibit. Steve Cronin, President and CEO of Mercury, a 60 year old print and direct-mail company in Providence, RI, spoke about… Continue
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