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The Hennessy 24-Hour Gallery Brand Experience
20 november 2015
Cognac icon, Hennessy, tapped a celeb-studded judging panel featuring Shepard Fairey and Nas for their 5th annual partnership with Pratt Institute in New York City
Chocolate Bars are Wrapped in NY Boroughs Skin
24 march 2015
Pratt Institute student comes up with unique way to package chocolate that inspires exploration
Fashion Student Designs Collection Inspired By A Nerve Disorder [Pics]
8 may 2014
Julia Wollner created an award-winning line inspired by Bell's Palsy.
Printable, Foldable Shoes Could Solve The Footwear Shortage Abroad
17 september 2013
Origami design would provide footwear to developing nations.
The ‘House’ Of The Future Is Open And Adjustable
3 august 2011
Two master's students from Pratt Institute have come up with an interesting and viable housing concept for the future.
ICFF 2011: Design School Highlights
24 may 2011
New material explorations, design innovation, and considered production were prominent themes contained in the student work exhibited at ICFF 2011.
Visualizing Two Years Of Food Consumption In 40 Different Ways
19 may 2011
Communications designer Lauren Manning meticulously recorded details from her food consumption over the last two years and visualized it in 40 different ways.
From Dresses to Glue: Swedish Design Award Honors Exceptional Creations
29 june 2009
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
Museum Guide Feels Like AI But Is Powered By Humans
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
This Supersonic Hair Dryer Runs Completely Silently
Hotel Brings Local Foods Directly To Your Room
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed