Artists use stencils and chalk to share positive, publicly useful messages about social isolation on the streets of São Paulo.
Olafur Eliasson and Kumi Naidoo on designing trust in the media
What could this social distance mitigation process mean for the way we cook, dine, and gather?
Creative ideas include solar-powered sinks and hands-free taps
Creatives release albums of cityscapes, birdsong and airplane noise
What design can do In times of corona
In these trying times we believe more than ever in the power of design and creativity. There is infinite creative potential out there and people are creative by nature. When the shit hits the fan, we adapt and respond with newfound inventiveness. This is why we have decided to dedicate our platform to all that design can do in times of corona.
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A chat with Italian studio CaroselloLab, that collects COVID-19 related artwork
‘Parc de la Distance’ aims to offer separation — and escape
Next Nature Network's creative director on what it means to be human in times of technological and ecological change
A letter from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Exploring different scenarios for life after the pandemic
The most elementary form of aid: a plate of food
Fashion designers join forces to produce much-needed protective garments
Understanding food's true value post-lockdown
Protecting Brazil's most vulnerable with soap and a crowdfunded basic income
Physical spaces for interaction, exchange and expression – designing the 1.5 meter society
Ideas from the archives that could help us rethink our lives on the other side
This weeks visual relief is the work of illustrator / designer / artist Max Kisman
A fresh perspective of the ‘new normal’ we’re heading for
The architectural trade is showing their resilience, improvisation skills and adaptability.
This week's visual relief is brought to you by Dutch multidisciplinary artist Daniel Rozenberg
Valuable advice for designers and entrepreneurs on how to survive the crisis
Cameron Sinclair joins humanitarian startup JUPE HEALTH
“All of a sudden, we're dealing with a new and thorny problem – irrelevance.”
Volunteers from three Dutch internet design and development agencies develop an open-source platform to track the spread of infections
The United Nations turns towards designers and creatives for fresh and innovative ideas in the fight against the corona pandemic
German network of companies, institutions and research institutes pushes 3D-printed applications for professional use
Four design challenges that ask for inspiration, designs and smart solutions
How to stay safe and stay creative during a global pandemic
WDCD Alumnus Carlo Ratti collaborates on fast response initiative
An open letter from WDCD CEO Richard van der Laken on positivity, resilience and can do mentality of the creative community.