British Pop Art artist Richard Hamilton designed the legendary cover of The Beatles' "White Album". The seemingly unprinted sleeve lent the album its name and set it apart optically from all the brightly colored albums. Franziska von Bethmann asked Richard Hamilton how the cover came about.
News & Stories | International Motor Show 2011
by Thomas WagnerCrisis, what crisis. At the 64th IAA international motor show, the industry is looking to the future with confidence. So how exactly do the designers think the auto of tomorrow will look? You can get an idea by casting a glance at the trade-fair orchestrations and the latest concept cars.
The success of Japanese designer Oki Sato is closely bound up with the Milan Salone Satellite. The straightforward approach to various design disciplines he experienced there was his inspiration when he set up his company Nendo. Ayako Kamozawa discusses this with Oki Sato.