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President Trump’s Entire Committee On The Arts And The Humanities Just ResignedThe Hardest Working Office Design In America Encrypts Your Data–With Lava LampsHow Pentagram Helped Samsung Rethink Its Design LanguageGoogle Is Using Machine Learning To Study The EclipseHey, Remember When Trump Destroyed Precious Art History?This Is How Designers Visualized The Last Full Eclipse 99 Years AgoThe Housing Crisis Is So Bad, Architects Are Hiding Apartments In Air Ducts2017’s Most Powerful Protest Art Is Quickly Making Its Way Into MuseumsHow One Designer Fights Racism With ArchitectureThis Designer Built A Secret Studio That Hangs Beneath An UnderpassWant To Learn A New Language? With This AR App, Just Point And TapBe Careful, Shopping On Your Smartphone Influences What You BuyArchitecture Could Be The Best Weapon Against ExtremismWhat It’s Like To Have Your Anti-Trump Art Go Mega-ViralThis Surreal Installation Is Like Stepping Into A Capitalist NightmareSnapchat’s Latest Trick Edits Crowd Footage Into A Single, Seamless BroadcastA Glimpse Into The Visionary Brain Of Design Hero Ettore SottsassPutting A Face On The Worst Parts Of The InternetGlitch: The Sleeper Coding Community Used By Facebook And SlackWho Owns Your Stuff? It Might Not Be YouThe Most Iconic Costume In “Game Of Thrones” Is Just An Ikea RugThe Disturbing History Of Confederate Monuments, In A Single ImageReport: Cities Have A Very Long Way To Go To Meet The Paris Climate GoalsBrutalist Web Design Finally Gets A TakedownIt’s Like A Lego Kit, In VRDesigners: Charlottesville Needs Your Help Making The City More EqualYour Tweets Know You’re Sick Before You DoVR Might Help Improve People’s Medical LiteracyThe Humble Suburb For Employees Of One Of The World’s Richest CompaniesThis Website Is A Treasure Trove Of Great Transit BrandingA “High-End Normcore” Luggage Brand That’s Half Muji, Half 007Branding Matters In Local Government, And Atlanta Is Leading The Way