“If you have something you don’t like anymore and I have something I don’t want anymore, we can snoop into each other’s closets and see if we can find something that would make us happy.” Is that what the future of fashion will look like? Maud, a fresh fashion graduate, tells us about the emerging […]Read more "Sustainable fashion through the lens of a young professional"
In this podcast, we talked to Deborah Moss of Moss and Lam, which is an art-based studio in Toronto, Canada. The company creates custom artwork, large-scale bespoke wall surfaces, and 3-dimensional art installations which transport the viewer into new dimensions. Deborah talks about the importance of collaboration and connectivity as tools to create design solutions, […]Read more "Jumping into the Future of Design Industry"
While visiting the Bad Feminist exhibition at the Melkweg last month, one special project caught our attention: a physical, textile glossary of feelings and conditions so common in the patriarchal system, but that don’t exist in our vocabulary. We were delighted to sit down and talk to the Amsterdam-based Italian designer behind the project, Federica […]Read more "Have you ever heard the word maiolence, notreport, streetshouting?"
As an Interactive Artist and Interaction Designer, Klasien van de Zandschulp designs the way people interact with each other and their environment. Therefore she often uses mobile technology like augmented reality. Today, she explained us some of her latest (award winning) projects and shared her visions about the future of VR/AR as well as the […]Read more "Would you eat a cookie to unfriend someone?"
We interviewed Jeroen Disch, the Design Lead at Grrr, a Creative Digital Agency in Amsterdam. In this Podcast, he shares some insights from his work, his ideas for the future of Digital Design but also about the changing culture in agency’s and why he feels at home at Grrr. To get to know more about […]Read more "‘We want to design for everyone.’ – Jeroen Disch"
Jessica Denkelaar is a webdeveloper who works at Digital Rebel in Amsterdam. She makes commercial and corporate websites, and sometimes non-commercial such as for museums. Jessica knows a lot about Internet of Things, and works with this concept sometimes as well. By Jamie van der Duijn and Yannick van IJsseldijkRead more "Jessica Denkelaar – webdeveloper at Digital Rebel"
In this episode, we speak with Gijs Determeijer. Gijs is one of the owners of Halal, a video production company in Amsterdam. The company acquired it’s name because they once made a video for the Den Haag based rapgroup DHC, who have Arabic roots. The rappers called Gijs and his colleagues ‘halal’, which is a […]Read more "Gijs Determeijer – co-owner and creative director of Halal"
In this episode, we speak with Guido Lok, who is a young enterpreneur and student Product Design. Guido is the co-founder and co-owner of the Instagram page @student.design, which started out as a small page for fellow students, but now has grown to a global platform for people interested in design. Next to managing the […]Read more "Guido Lok – co-owner and co-founder of online platform @student.design"
Anja Groten is a German Freelance Designer who has been living in Amsterdam since 2009. She works with several collectives, like de Waag. She attempts to design ‘collective moments of critical making’ aimed at discussion, confrontation and contingency. In this podcast, Anja will tell you more about her opinion on creativity, Hackers and Designers and […]Read more "Anja Groten – Designing in the Houthavens"