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October 7th, 2009
Spring has sprung with DQ35 now out and packed with all the insider info on industry parties, talented designers and products with a pulse.
This issue we catch up with Concert Lighting Designer Bruce Ramus (above), who has worked alongside big names such as David Bowie, James Brown, U2 and REM. We also zip over to New Zealand to check out the beautiful and striking typography of Inhouse Design.
Turn to our exhibitions section for a blow-by-blow account of this year’s Saturday in Design, held in Sydney July 31 – August 1. We’ll send you into sensory overload with the amazing installations and exciting new products released as part of the event. Our SiD coverage also encompasses Launch Pad, which uncovered a fresh range of cutting-edge prototypes and talented designers.
To celebrate spring we’re budding with new ideas, bringing you the latest in Dutch design trends with everything from curious lunchboxes to solar-powered machines that produce their own products without human labour.
Our ever-animated parties section is not to be missed, taking you back to some of the most colourful, glamorous and unforgettable events of the last three months.
DQ magazine goes behind the scenes of the global design industry, bringing you the inside word on the people, products and parties. From this dynamic viewpoint, DQ offers inspiration and ideas, and is an indispensable guide to what is happening in design right now.
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