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KISS & Mark Up: 10 Bizarre KISS Branded Products

[ By Steve in Design & Graphics & Branding. ]

KISS and its hustling frontman Gene Simmons continue to raise the rock music merchandising bar, licensing thousands of products ranging from banal to bizarre.

Socialist Architecture: The Vanishing Act - A book review from

Armin Linke and Srdjan Jovanovic´ Weiss survey the socialist architecture and spatial experience of former Yugoslavia

The multirealities of Hoon Moon - An architecture report from Seoul by Ilhyun Kim

According to the Korean architecte provocateur, drawing is an act of "creative terrorism" to be carried out with the dedication and discipline of a Buddhist ritual. In his world, paintings possess the same dignity as built works, but also provide an escape route from the obsession of success

New Geographies 4: Scales of the Earth - A book review by Mauricio Quirós Pacheco

The fourth volume of the publication, edited by El Hadi Jazairy, focusses on the concept of scale as an alternative framework to address global concerns and space

Uncommon: Malta + Gozo - A book review from by Lyanne Mifsud

In this contemporary take on the travel guide, 36 contributors — whether native, resident or visitor — manage to strip off the cliché facet of the Maltese Islands and delve into its core through the narrow dappled streets and lazy corners.

The Need for Communication

What does it mean to tell the story of landscape architecture? Of design, generally? And what about the stories behind the designs of all of the projects underway worldwide? The aftermath of a great project can unfortunately be a resounding silence: the metaphorical gates open, the space is unveiled, the construction teams leave the site, and then a few leaves fall. When people use new spaces and places in the urban setting, how do we tell the story of the creation of landscapes beyond launch day? Beyond signage?

Tasty 3D Conceptual Design: Facebook Ice Cream

Remember the unusual, yet very creative Facebook bed concept we told you about at the begining of this year? Well, this time we’re sure you’ll be surprised by the Facebook ice cream.

BE OPEN Awards

BE OPEN Awards is open to interdisciplinary designers aged 18-30 from around the world. Projects can be submitted via website www.beopenfuture.com or e-mail contest@beopenfuture.com.

Projects can be presented in one of the following categories: