Bangkok transplant and Design Army cofounder, Pum Lefebure, has taken up the mantle of Washington design godmother, bolstering the artistic community into a city-defining hub, and (literally) knocking down barriers wherever she goes.
The Eight and a Half studio founder tackles the graphics of American resistance from Benjamin Franklin to the Vietnam War and draws a few lessons on how America’s darkest moments spark some of its greatest design.
The 2018 99U Conference theme is about overcoming creative challenges, so we’re asking our speakers and breakout session leaders to reflect on a pivotal pressure-cooker moment and share how they navigated it.
French-Senegalese photographer Delphine Diallo discusses how spontaneity and waitressing made her a better photographer, the financial model that allows her to balance prestige and personal projects, and how she has made the most of her chance encounters.
The NBA redesign business is booming and Rodney Richardson, founder of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi-based RARE Design, has played an outsized role in the frenzy. How did a regular guy from Mississippi leading a seven-person team come to have such an impact on the NBA?