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#heyddw: re:flex

25 Feb, 2020
Dutch Design Week #heyddw
Each month we celebrate one of the most interesting, exciting, intriguing, funny or unusual #heyddw Instagram posts by featuring an exclusive interview in our online DDW Magazine. This time, we have a chat with the flexible designers of re:flex.
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Dutch design talent on show in Arizona (USA)

13 Feb, 2020
Dutch Design Week
From 1 February to 17 May, you can see the work of various Dutch design talents at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) in Arizona. The exhibition Design Transfigured/Waste Reimagined presents work whereby the environment and sustainability are central to the design process.
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DDW receives prize for accessibility for disabled visitors

11 Feb, 2020
Dutch Design Week DDW19
Dutch Design Week (DDW) receives the Gouden Duim (ed. Golden Thumb), the prize for the best score on accessibility for disabled people, for the festival of 2019. The prize has been created by Stichting Platform Gehandicaptenbeleid Eindhoven (PGE) to stimulate events to be more considerate of disabled people.
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#heyddw: Hoi Antigoon

11 Feb, 2020
#heyddw DDW19
Each month we celebrate one of the most interesting, exciting, intriguing, funny or unusual #heyddw Instagram posts by featuring an exclusive interview in our online DDW Magazine. This time, the anonymous machine-graphicist: Antigoon!
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#heyddw: Hi Gill Baldwin

28 Jan, 2020
Dutch Design Week #heyddw
Each month we celebrate one of the most interesting, exciting, intriguing, funny or unusual #heyddw Instagram posts by featuring an exclusive interview in our online DDW Magazine. This time, we have a chat with the multi-disciplinary artist driven by digital technology: Gill Baldwin.
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Studio Drift on show in San Francisco

23 Jan, 2020
Dutch Design Week
From 17 January to 30 April, Studio Drift presents ‘DRIFT: About Nature, Technology and Humankind‘ as part of the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in the former Saint Joseph’s Church in San Francisco, USA. In a multimedia exhibition, the duo explores the relationship between man, nature and technology.