Karl Claus Dietel, design star of DDR, joined Joop and Spiekermann as a laureate of Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
You might remember him from Wartburg 353 or Erika typewriter.
Don't forget, Dessau stayed in the East and Dietel studied at local Kunsthochschule Weissensee, just like Libeskind, Selmanagic or Baselitz.
Great reportage. Apple store lines are not always what they seem to be.
Taken from Kevin Slavin Tumblr. You might as well follow him and directly. Anyway, from Slavin's post:
The symmetry between impoverished Chinese people making phones that are flown round the world, for impoverished Chinese people to purchase, all in order to serve the urgent desires of wealthy people.
Ahead of oversubscribed, upward-revised IPO, it is good to check how the company positions itself.
Some stilted Oliver Samwer delivery aside, it is all slick corporate stuff.
One of my favourite artists, Felisbela Fonseca, has a perfect autumn illustration.
Cover photo by Matt Francis - by-nc-sa 2.0 license.