Monday, September 21, 2009

Fast Company Magazine Features Today's Design Masters

The current issue of Fast Company magazine is devoted to contemporary Masters of Design. Fast Company is a full-color, (10 issues per year) business magazine launched in 1995 that reports on innovation, digital media, technology, change management, leadership, design and social responsibility. Included in the current issue are articles about:

David Butler, the man challenged to make Coke even bigger (and staying ahead of Pepsi).
David Adjaye, starchitect-in-the-making and his love of light and social conscience with projects in London, Moscow, and the National Mall in D.C.
Lisa Strausfeld who, after seven years as a digital designer at Pentagram, is redesigning government.
Alberto Alessi, an Italian designer and his flexible system for enforcing creative discipline.
David Rockwell, who has created designs from the first Nobu to this year's Academy Awards set to the new Walt Disney Family Museum.
Barbie World, a flagship shop in Shanghai, and emerging-market ambitions for the iconic American doll.
Femme Den and how an internal think tank at Smart Design is helping companies tap the $2 trillion female market, and others.

Click on the heading above to read about these Design Masters on Fast Company's web site.

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