Disegno is a quarterly journal devoted to design and its impact on the world.
Expect in-depth writing and photography covering all design fields as well as the social forces that shape, and are shaped by, the discipline.
In Disegno #35:
From the Gutenberg Press to smartphones, replicating Sweden's forests, Stephen Burks on what the design industry gets wrong; ProxyAddress’s efforts to change the systems surrounding homelessness; Citibin and New York’s design war against rats, creating bricks from construction waste. Plus, Ekstrøm’s wiggly chair, silver jewellery by Hall Haus, smoked Ukrainian ceramics and a tribute to the E27 bulb.