Visual Pollutants And Aesthetic Proliferation

Visual Pollutants And Aesthetic Proliferation

Renowned designer David Carlson says design, as we know it, needs a huge overhaul.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 july 2010

Noted Swedish designer and strategist David Carlson has released his new trend report called Time To Rethink Design. The report argues that “design has degenerated into a state of aesthetic proliferation” that, combined with our obsession for newness, has resulted in poorly designed products made with unfriendly materials and artifacts and solutions that are either discarded quickly or are unwanted in the first place.

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