Here’s designer’s guide to Netflix must-watch shows seeking for inspiration!
Aside from being a go-to source for procrastination, Netflix is also a treasure trove of inspiration for designers. From neuroscience to documentaries to lost footage, all of these shows will spark your imagination and leave you amazed at what the human mind can accomplish.
An in-depth look into computer design and modern contemporary design with some of the world’s most highly regarded designers. Abstract illustrates the intent behind the amazing objects around us—which many take for granted—and the decisions from which they originated.
Anthony Lister was destined to be an artist from childhood. He quickly became an international icon, selling his works for five-figure checks and rubbing elbows with celebrities such as Paris Hilton. But as Lister built his career, his family life crumbled.
The film is a must-watch for up-and-coming creatives to see the flip-side of stardom.
It’s a 2015 documentary film directed by Vlad Yudin detailing the life of American fashion designer Jeremy Scott and his rise in the fashion industry. Growing up in rural Missouri, Scott had dreams of becoming a fashion icon. But before realizing that dream, he would endure constant rejection, ridicule, and even homelessness before his crowning achievement: becoming Moschino’s creative director.
Born in Cuba in 1915, Carmen Herrera is the oldest contemporary artist on earth. The craziest part? She sold her first piece of artwork at the age of 81.
The 100 Years Show chronicles the misfortune of Herrera’s talent being overlooked because of her gender and nationality—but the story is undeniably inspiring as it illustrates Herrera’s creative endurance and the power of art to sustain itself for a lifetime.
It’s a fascinating documentary that delves into the shady business of contemporary art. Through candid interviews with artists, gallery owners, auction houses and art dealers, it explores how the art world has become a money-making playground for the rich and famous.