Design has been in our lives much longer than we can illustrator artwork perceive and many times, it is necessary to look back and carefully study our influences, the history behind design, how the profession is perceived from the other side... Just recently A few days ago we echoed the publication of the documentary Function and Form.
A look at design and innovation in Spain, which reviews the history of design in Spain from the 1960s to the present day. As a result of this, we wanted to compile a series of documentaries available to watch for free online, related to design and creativity, which reflect on all these issues and whose viewing we consider essential. What is graphic design?, by Marcelo Gabriele and Franco Monti Although it may seem obvious to those who are dedicated to it, the definition of graphic design seems to be blurred and it is not so easy to answer an apparently simple question in a clear, synthetic and homogeneous way. Franco Monti, graphic designer specialized in branding and professor at the University of Buenos Aires,
together with Marcelo Gabriele, interview 37 people, design professionals or not, to question the definition we have of graphic design. PressPausePlay, by David Dworsky and Victor Köhler An in-depth reflection on the role of the digital revolution in today's society; how access to globalized information and learning affects creative disciplines. Presspauseplay puts on the table the dilemma that arises in a society in which culture is completely democratized and anyone can be what they want to be. Does that generate more talent? Or, on the contrary, does it contribute to mediocrity in the professional field?