Friday, April 18, 2008

Last Chance!

This weekend at the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, the Design Life Now: National Design Trennial is closing up shop. Check it out before it's gone! Looks worth a damn to me.

P.S. The logo isn't outdated, for real.

From the CAMH website:

Design Life Now: National Design Triennial presents the experimental projects, emerging ideas, major buildings, new products and media that were at the center of contemporary culture from 2003 to 2006. Inaugurated in 2000, the Triennial seeks out and presents the most innovative American designs from the prior three years in a variety of fields, including product design, architecture, furniture, film, graphics, new technologies, animation, science, medicine and fashion.

Design Life Now: National Design Triennial focuses on four principal ideas that characterized elements of the design world during the last three years: emulating life; community; hand-crafted and do-it-yourself design; and transformation. On view throughout the exhibition is the work of 87 designers and firms, ranging from established design leaders such as Apple, architect Santiago Calatrava, and Nike, Inc., to emerging designers like Joshua Davis, Jason Miller, and David Wiseman.

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