Disegno #27

Disegno #27

Disegno #27includes:

A roundtable about race and the design industry withWhere Are the Black Designers?; calorie counting and information design; introducing social activism to fashion withBethany Williams; empathy as a curatorial approach;Section 230and censorship on social media;SkyandEA'sdigital crowd design for thePremier League; wayfinding strategies for transport hubs in the time ofCovid-19; woke-washing and the fallacy of branded activism;Kajsa WillnerandSeetal Solanki'snew translation of plastics; a beheadedColumbusand the problem of monuments; LGBTQ+ rights and poster design in the Polish presidential elections; equity and e-scooters inLos Angeles; upcycling fashion waste withReet AusandAlexander Taylor; the physically distanced future of design fairs and biennales; and reflections on globalisation fromTheodore ZeldinandCharlie Koolhaas.

Disegno is the leading quarterly magazine dedicated to in-depth and independent reporting on architecture, design and fashion. Containing unique and insightful content, the magazine aims to generate debate, inform, entertain and inspire, bringing thoughtful analysis of current events to a design-interested audience.Disegno is released in April, June, September and November.