Irving Harper: Works In Paper is a new book from Skira Rizzoli that collects the paper works of industrial designer Irving Harper. Harper worked as the director of design at George Nelson Associates during the 1960s and is known for designing the…
@Twitter turns 7… what’s next by 10?
Seven years ago the first tweet was sent out by @jack. Today, Twitter has 200 million active users and 400 million tweets daily, transforming not only the way the world communicates but giving a voice to millions globally—to use for fun,
for political change, to build movements, to save lives and to inspire.
We’ve started a list of seven big Twitter moments and pose the question:
What could Twitter by the time it turns 10?
1. The tweet that launched it all
2. Uprising in Iran
“Twitter Revolution” in Iran after the sudden Green Movement uprising drew millions of Iranians into the streets and elicited an unprecedented number of tweets about a political election in 2009.
3. “Four More Years”
by @BarackObama after 2012 election victory became most retweeted in history.
Gorgeous vintage-inspired minimalist posters celebrating the architecture of famous museums by Portuguese illustrator Andre Chiote.