George Sowden began his career in the old school of design, before you could work from the comfort of your own bedroom with a computer on your lap. Sowden learned early the absolute necessity of working with others to avoid mistakes. Educated at the Gloucester College of Art, and later at the Olivett
Philippe Starck appears to be something of a wunderkind in the design world -- many see his persona as a combination of the outrageous "bad boy" and the traditional French "je ne sais quoi." In fact, his foray into the world of design stems from somewhat dark, existential roots.
As the story goes,
With an almost religious fervor, the members of the De Stijl movement held fast to rules relating to colors and their symbolic meanings. Yellow represented the power source of the sun. Blue stood for the horizontal lines essential to architecture. Red suggested the partnership between the two. Whe