Yep, Tom Dixon’s doing a video project.
September 29th, 2016
A recently launched video project by the quirky duke of design, Tom Dixon – The ‘Creative Class’ series – highlights influential people within the creative industry, sharing their thoughts, musings and opinions on their own creativity, the industry and how technology is changing it all.
Check out Season 1, episode 2 below, where the man himself shares his thoughts.
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