Disegno #31

Disegno publishes its print journal four times a year. The journal is devoted to long-form writing and photography around design. It covers all design fields, as well as the social forces that shape, and are shaped by, the discipline

Disegno #31:

An exploration of fashion fitting photos through the work of  Matty Bovan; plastic waste, biodegradable alternatives and the environmental cost of beauty in packaging design from  Shellworks; a journey to Himalayan Ladakh, whose vernacular architecture is threatened by constitutional change; a design study of  OnlyFans  and online puritanism; a look at Hong Kong’s public space, as  Herzog & de Meuron  discuss their design for  M+;  a series of trips to Gipsön, Sweden’s secret, radioactive phosphogypsum island; a discussion of how design should treat plants with  Studio d-o-t-s,Ioana Man,Fernando Laposse,Dossofiorito  and company; and a meeting with  MSCHF  to talk consumerism, satire and critiquing design.