Design Dispatch

Our daily take on the world through the lens of design.

A still from the new Nike-sponsored film, I, David. (Photo: Courtesy Nike)

Sneakers Onscreen

Nike’s new exhibition explores 20 years of the brand’s advertisements.

Acts of Hate

In less than a week, two nooses were found at Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

MoMA Modernizes

MoMA reveals the plans for its $400 million expansion by design studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Visually, the institution will be very similar, but the changes will allow for the inclusion of less medium-specific galleries, and more minority and female artists.
[The New York Times]

Almost There

If you don’t want to visit museums in person, Google has you covered.

At All Costs

Someone paid $380,000 for an Hermès handbag. Any splurge now looks like a steal.
[CBS News]

Healthy Competition

Not to be outdone by Apple’s “spaceship,” Google has revealed a “landscraper” of its own.
[The Guardian]

Brand Together

The newest way to compare Obama to Trump? Their brand identities.

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