From NOTHING TO HIDE (cruelty free boots constructed with non-traditional textiles) to STRIATIONS (a jewelry cuff inspired by dendrochronology (the scientific method of dating tree rings) to KNOT MINE (an artisan textile woven of re-purposed rayon and cotton) Gianna Ciaramello’s design ethics were speaking loud and clear. As [more]
Product Design Students on a Site Visit to a Shipping Container Mall. What are the Unique Opportunities for Designers in this Trend?
What do BCBG designers consider when designing women’s footwear? How can we think through the process in a creative and sustainable way that makes sense for industry production? Generous thanks to BCBG Footwear Vice President, Massimo and his soft goods class lecture!
Join us in congratulating: Alexandra Felix, Melanie Urquiza and Summer Arrowood for making it to the finals in the Torch Award Competition — an international competition focusing on Human Centered Design. Team Owl will be traveling to New York City to present their ideas, “but they won’t be on their own. Before they head into [more]
Summer internships for Product Designers are in progress. You can find our students at Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, Agron/ Adidas, United Cerebral Palsy and IBM — From San Francisco to Austin to Barcelona, the next generation of product designers are having some serious summer fun. Josh Liam Wallace at Bend Goods in LA.