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Masha Knop — Saint Petersburg, Russia

“I honestly believe, that despite being repetitive, each pattern should tell its own story, since graphical elements combined without any thought won’t influence a viewer’s mind.”

L’Atelier Irradié — Alain Vonck & Laurent Vonck — France, Paris

“Composition would be the first essential element. Whether it is for graphics, a repetitive pattern, abstract and free motif, the composition is the central element that makes it possible to construct a strong and seductive image.

Dora Balla — Budapest, Hungary

“First, it is necessary to order infinity against closure. It is a way of thinking, a procession, a personality-based unselfconscious flow.

Tamer Koseli — Istanbul, Turkey

“Scale, repetition, colours, playing around, experimenting with it.”

Brownfox Studio — Jakarta, Indonesia

“Using a very limited elements to make a simple yet intruging endless patterns by rearranging, deconstructing and reorganizing.”

Design Festa Vol. 45 — Tokyo, Japan — 27-28 MAY 2017

Design Festa is a celebration of the arts at which anyone regardless of age, nationality, talents or language can exhibit.

Campbelltown Arts Centre — Look At Me Through You — Sydney, Australia — 27 MAY - 23 JUL 2017

Campbelltown Arts Centre is proud to present LOOK AT ME THROUGH YOU, a socially-charged exhibition featuring 12 Australian artists, exploring diverse issues affecting the rapidly growing city of Campbelltown and Western Sydney.

David Carette — Off The Record — Berlin, Germany

Cannes Film Festival Director David Carette is nominated for his short fiction film. OFF THE RECORD by creative director and scenographer David Carette, will be shown at the Festival de Cannes this MAY.

Kate Prior — London, UK

“I don’t think you can underestimate simplicity in pattern design — just a few simple shapes and some great complementary colours can create such a rich effect.

Good Design Festival 2017 — Program Launch — Sydney, Australia

The Good Design Festival kicks off 8 JUN at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney with the Good Design Awards Ceremony and Official After Party.

TYPO Berlin 2017 — Berlin, Germany — 25-27 MAY 2017

Many people still haven’t embraced the joy of change. TYPO Berlin 2017 will tackle methodological agility, and aims to facilitate a rethinking.

Rubio & del Amo — Guillermo Rubio & Julian Garnés — Madrid, Spain

“There are many ways to design a good pattern. In the case of brand design, a pattern must be consistent with the visual identity behind it.

iF Social Impact Prize 2017 — Hannover, Germany

The all-new iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE offers a prize of €50,000 to projects that are worthy of financial support and serve public interests.

Chen YuChen — Shanghai, China

“I think that the Paisley pattern has been hugely influential. It became identified with psychedelia, but its mainstream popularity has made it a cultural icon and it is widely used in all sorts of genres – from textiles and illustrations to buildings.”

Maryanne Amacher — Petra — New York, USA — 24 MAY 2017 | 8pm

Blank Forms presents the American premiere of Petra in New York with Marianne Schroeder, who originally performed the piece alongside Amacher in 1991, and Stefan Tcherepnin, who performed it alongside Shcroeder in 2012 at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin.

PAM — Wayfinding Made Simple — Sydney, Australia

BrandCulture is thrilled to announce the global launch of PAM Wayfinding — an all-in-one sign management application, which handles audit, planning, design, implementation and maintenance.

Burak Beceren — Istanbul, Turkey

“I guess the corners are the main elements of concern in making a good pattern. They basically reflect the intelligence behind your fiction.

What Design Can Do — Amsterdam, Netherlands — 23-24 MAY 2017

What Design Can Do (WDCD) Live Amsterdam 2017 focuses almost entirely on climate change and how designers can address this urgent issue.This new dynamic conference format is all about active participation.

AFSO — The Kerry Hotel — Hong Kong

The Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is the latest and most stylish addition to the city’s renowned Victoria Harbour, and the first hotel in 20 years to be built on the Kowloon waterfront.

Dutch Design Awards — Call for Entry 2017 — Eindhoven, Netherlands

Dutch Design Awards (DDA) has opened registrations for the Best Client Award, the prize for good commissioning in relation to design.