New York – NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop recently announced that the City will offer free design assistance to promote commercial corridors in low-to-moderate income communities. Continue reading Applications Open: City Will Offer Free Design Assistance To Promote Commercial Corridors In Low-To-Moderate Income Communities
Shirley Chen’s list of experiences is as diverse as it is impressive: she spent her childhood on China’s national gymnastics team, studied biochemical engineering at Columbia University, interned at Chanel, Bergdorf Goodman, and Vogue, and worked as a media and retail consultant at McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. Continue reading How This Tech Founder Is Giving The Internet A Face Lift By Changing The Way We Shop
In anticipation of National STEM/STEAM Day (November 8, 2018), STEMconnector’s National Day of Design returns with a Mission for students of all grade levels to design solutions for eliminating food waste in their school’s cafeteria. Continue reading Students Clean Up Garbage Problem For 2018 National Day of Design
Created by Walt Disney in 1955, Disneyland has been a magical destination for kids and adults alike for the past 63 years. It’s also a huge moneymaker. Disney’s parks and resorts brought in nearly $5.2 billion in revenue in the last quarter alone. Central to Disneyland’s success? Its meticulous design. Continue reading The clever psychology of Disneyland’s design
What you wear on your feet reflects your personality, status Continue reading 5 Things Your Shoes Say About You
It’s not often that graffiti artists get recognized and awarded for their artistic talents. But on June 2, 2018 that’s exactly what Alcatraz East Crime Museum did, holding a graffiti art contest giving the winners the opportunity to have their work on display at the museum for thousands of visitors to see. This first graffiti contest held by the museum featured seven pre-selected artists who also competed for cash prizes.
Continue reading Alcatraz East Awards Graffiti Artists
To try to create more of a circular economy in the fashion industry, the outdoor gear company is launching a new line called Renewed, made up of old garments cleaned up so well that they’re like new. Continue reading North Face is cutting waste by selling refurbished old coats
Learning from experienced artists, designers and photographers to understand how they achieve their goals should be part of every creative’s journey. We have to seek inspiration and ideas from those we admire if we’re ever going to get ahead.
Continue reading The Secrets to Success: Incredible career insights from some of the world’s leading creatives
PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (April 24, 2018) – It’s considered to be a crime and it has been said that graffiti is everyone’s problem. It’s an eyesore that typically brings property values down and costs a lot to clean up.
Continue reading Alcatraz East Crime Museum Invites Graffiti Artists to Compete
Tina Hovsepian didn’t just want to get an “A” on her class project — she wanted to change people’s lives, too. Continue reading Origami-Inspired Personal Shelter Provides A Quick Solution For Homeless