AACDD Facebook Fan Wall

05.07.2012 07:45

Like the AACDD on Facebook

Like us on Facebook to be on our real life AACDD Facebook Wall during the 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival.

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AACDD Black Talent invited from New York to Los Angeles

15.06.2012 12:15

AACDD Exhibition at Dwell on Design 2012

16 AACDD Designers invited to exhibit at Dwell 2012 in Los Angeles!

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AACDD at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair 2012

02.06.2012 11:53

The British European Design Group showcases the creative talent of some of the AACDD's 2010/2011 designers.

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FAB Spotlight: Yinka Ilori, Fabulous Interior Designer

19.02.2012 20:17

Yinka Ilori

At 24yrs old, Yinka Ilori is a North London based Recycled Furniture designer. He holds a BA (hons) degree in furniture and product design from London Metropolitan University and has since specialized in re-designing discarded furniture.

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AFRICAN DIGITAL ART

Pushing Digital Boundaries

“Postcards” from the Dark Continent

“Postcards” is the recent project of illustrator Maxwell Mutanda. The series was inspired by Mutanda’s younger brother. He wanted to teach his little brother about Africa.  Here are is some snippets from his interview with Design Indaba.  “These illustrations began as a correspondence with my 10-year-old half-brother Liam, who lives in Barcelona with his mother. […]

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