Take one Manhattan loft, add four parts creativity, one part experience, two dashes of dilettantism, half a scoop of gumption, and a double shot of actual UNIX knowledge, and shake generously. Enjoy one i/o 360.
Founded in 1994, i/o 360 grew rapidly to cover everything from business to creativ
Never one to downplay his own achievements, Wolfgang Weingart explains why he has shifted his emphasis from design to teaching: "I had to stop in order to let the things that I produced sink in, and wait until the next, real explosion comes, so that designers in the new decade can copy me again." Lab
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, like so many influential artists, cannot be easily classified. While he had a defining influence on modern architecture, and especially the evolution of the skyscraper, he was more interested in intensifying an individual's experience of a space than in using architecture as
In 1990 David Carson shocked the design community with the first issue of the surf magazine, "Beach Culture." Carson and his team of excellent illustrators (including Geof Kern, Marshall Arisman, and Milton Glaser) tested the tolerance and imagination of a mainstream niche audience. Even the critics