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Furniture design[edit]

  • The Society of Arts and Crafts of Boston - Long history & many references in WP -- from another page "The Society of Arts and Crafts was erected 1887 for the promotion of art based on traditional craftmanship, in reaction to the 19th century industrialization. Nowadays The Society of Arts & Crafts is an art gallery for the sale and exposition of art."
  • Souda (brand) - Souda is an up and coming American design brand that specializes in furniture, lighting and home decor. [1] While the young company has only had products on the market for a couple years, Souda has already won the prestigous Best New Designer Award at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair [2] and been awarded a 2014 Best New Designer award for the Strut Shelving System. [3]. Souda is also the name of a city, so not having a page about the brand is potentially not satisfying all those searching for the brand.
  • Tcherassi Vilató - brand formed by the architects/designers duo Angelica Tcherassi and Jacob Vilató, ; Launched their first pieces during June 2013 at Barcelona Design Week: The MissUnderstood tables, TryAngle lounge chairs, Let´s Eat tables and their Better than Chocolate sofas; Piezas con Chispa, as announced by Elle Decor Spain in their report of Barcelona Design Week must see.[4]; Tcherassi Vilató, design that is here to stay. [5].
  • Bernardo Urbina - Bernardo Urbina is a Costa Rican furniture designer and founder of Tacloban Prevails[1], a firm that buys debris from families affected by Hurricane Haiyan, and uses it to create single-version furniture [2]. After the furniture piece is sold, 10% of the profits go back to the family who provided the original debris[3].

Graphic design[edit]

  • Florian Nicolle - Florian Nicolle is a 23 year old digital artist and illustrator who blends layers of newsprint, watercolor, pencil, and digital painting to create rich, frenetic portraits that seem to fly off the canvas. He is from Caen, France and started design at the age of 15 after being heavily inspired by his teacher (who specializes in sketch). [6][7][8]
  • Conor Merriman - Illustrator and Graphic Designer from Dublin, Ireland. [9]
  • Cubify Touch - a 3D mouse designed for Cubify Sculpt software. softpedia, tom's guide, 3dprint
  • Carol Stuart Watson - Washington DC Illustrator; [10][11]
  • Graphic Designo - An international design firm based in India (Winner of 2013 top design firm in Delhi). [12]
  • Diego Greco - Comic Illustrator. Illustrator of Bad Dog (comics) written by Joe Kelly Background Illustrator for Una película de huevos [13] (References: [14][15][16][17][18][19])
  • Giovanni Pintori - Giovanni Pintori (Tresnuraghes 1912–Milan 1999) was one of the best-known, widely admired and respected Italian designers worldwide. The winner of sought-after international awards, he designed impressive works that created the Olivetti image and were an emblematic reference in the history of 20th-century design; MoMa page; [20]; Olivetti Wikipedia page [21]; biography on Facebook [22]; Olivetti website (Italian) [23]
  • Joseph Pierre Nuyttens - Joseph Pierre Nuyttens (1885 – 1960) was the Belgian-American artist who illustrated four books by L. Frank Baum in 1911 and 1912 and was "one of Will Rossiter's regular commercial artists". Born in Antwerp, Nuyttens was educated at the Ecoles des Beaux-Arts in both Brussels and Paris, and the Art Institute of Chicago. He was made a Chevalier of the Order of Leopold II in 1918. In his artistic career, Nuyttens worked in oils, watercolors, pastels, and etching. He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, and his work is in their permanent collection, as well as in the collections of the White House, the Royal Palace in Brussels, and the State House in Springfield, Illinois. He died in a house fire that destroyed many of his works; considerable information on Find A Grave [24]; some on WWOz; [25]; mentioned on Wikipedia pages;
  • Mike Kaye - Emmy nominated Graphic Designer; [26], comic book creator; [27] featured in news media sites and a radio show called, "The Collectors Show" with Harold Nicoll; [28], website designer; [29]
  • Dave Nodz (real name David Noddings) - record-sleeve and rave-flyer designer; responsible for many of the most famous record sleeves from the early 1990s hardcore-music scene (which later became drum & bass); notable for his work at Suburban Bass Records where his distinctive graphic style mixed comic book art with graffiti to create the distinctive graphics to a whole generations musical movement
  • Marushka - Michigan-based producer of affordable silk screen graphic prints that came stretched, framed and ready to be hung on the wall; popular in the 1970s and 1980s; [30]
  • Scott Stowell - graphic and web designer.[31][32]
  • Todd Pierce - American graphic designer/artist, creator of pictogram signage which has been used in many cities, new york subway system, author of The International Pictograms Standard
  • Zak Kyes - Art director, graphic designer.[33][34] (Perhaps more German resources?)
  • Language icon - An initative to create an artificial globally recognizable icon, to be used not only web but for real life applications as well to signify "language". [35]
  • Mounting board - in graphic design, this is a material used for modelling
  • Design culture
  • Pendulum Theory - the "Pendulum Effect": the continual acceptance and inevitable rejection of artistic movements throughout history, related specifically to graphic design but also the field of art as a whole. This term means as is described above. It refers to the trend throughout art history of artists adopting an art movement, then rejecting it by starting another art movement that is very different and often polar opposite. Ex: Victorian Era Graphics to Art Nouveau, the Old Typography to Tschicholds New Typography, the International Styler to Post-modernism, etc. This trend is seen through artistic movements in painting as well.
  • Pixel ID
  • Willy Fleckhaus - German graphic designer and professor; de:Willy Fleckhaus
  • Philippe Boulet - French illuminated furniture designer
  • Rimmer Type Foundry - creator of over 190 digital and seven metal typefaces. [36]
  • Typetogether - type foundry; based on Rosario, Argentina; [37]
  • Guy Georget - French graphic designer and artist.
  • List of stamp production houses by country
  • Nicholas Blechman - art director, illustrator, designer, social Democrat; New York; [38]
  • Petros Afshar - English graphic designer.
  • Erkan Nehir - Turkish Graphic Designer, Artist and Tattoo artist. Lives in Marmaris/Turkey. Works as a graphic designer and a tattoo artist [39]
  • Jose Breaux - Artist , Pastelist, Watercolorist [40]
  • Swiss Design - influential syle, related to the creation of the Helvetica typeface [41] [42] and International Typographic Style [43]
  • Dribbble is show and tell for designers. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share up to 24 small screenshots (shots) per month that show their work, process, and current projects. Dribbble is also a place where designers and companies promote their work and products, find designers for hire, and receive work inquiries.[44]
  • William Paterson - English graphic designer who specialises within logo design and company identity.
  • 250 guilder note - designed by Ootje Oxenaar, should be a standalone article due to the amount of coverage in the graphic design community. Could be similar in presentation to the 200 euro note. Candidate refs: [45],

Metal crafts[edit]

  • Gustav Klingert - cloisonne enamel workshop, established 1866, Moscow; plus other workshops listed in this article; [56]

Contemporary design[edit]

  • Leah Yerpe - American artist, mainly black and white drawings of people. [99]

Set design[edit]



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Film, radio and television[edit]

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Food, drink and nutrition[edit]




(companies, restaurants, bars, websites, etc.)


Other (non-people and non-organization)[edit]


Internet and tech culture[edit]

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Requests for articles about literature and writer are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Media networks and organizations[edit]

  • Fightmag - ([443]) International online magazine from Australia that covers kickboxing, muaythai, mixed martial arts and boxing. Fightmag was founded in 2005 in France ([444]) by World Kickboxing Network ([445]) president Stephane Cabrera ([446]) ([447]), and it is operated from Perth, Western Australia since 2008 ([448]) by editor Parviz Iskenderov ([449]). Fightmag is used as a reference by The West Australian ([450]) ([451]) and in Wikipedia articles ([452]) ([453]). Fightmag is a partner of Bigger's Better Boxing series that aired live on Eurosport and Pay-Per-View (2010-2014) ([454]) ([455]). Fightmag is known internationally ([456]) ([457]) ([458]).
  • Inquisitr news website ([459]) A prominent website that appears frequently on Apple News and reports seemingly important topics but has little or no information about its backers, bias, or ideology.
  • Bliss & Hellfire - ([460]) A (Portuguese) Online Magazine that focus on fotography, equipment review and music photojournalism. ([461])
  • Akilah Net - ([462]) An online news and career resource for young professionals in East Africa. Affiliated with the Akilah Institute for Women - ([463]). Featured in TechMoran - ([464]) as an innovative tool for helping East Africans secure employment.
  • Make Them Laugh Entertainment - ([465]) A Talent Agency that represents, and manages stand up comedians and other performers. Run by Tony L and based out of Atlanta, Ga. ([466])
  • Syncmag - ([467]) A Monthly South Asian Magazine Publish in Canada. Cater and give coverage to South Asian Communities in Canada, Malaysia, Dubai, Pakistan and India. References: "List of Canadian magazines." ([468])
  • - ([469]) An online community for Downloading Free Display pictures for Blackberry Messager on all phones.In view of the growing demand for creative and fresh display pictures, has gone to great lengths in creating a vast collection of high quality and original DP’S in over 15 different categories. Every week new images are uploaded to the site to meet the growing demand for fresh and creative DP’s .
  • - ([470]) An online community for reading and writing young-adult fiction. References: Lewis, Jacob. "Teenage Thumb Tribes: Why Cell Phone Novels Are Part of Publishing’s Future." Publishing Perspectives 01 June 2010. [471] Koblin, John. "The Great American Text." The New York Observer ([472]
  • ([473]) ([474]) ([475] Award-winning community website about the Jane-Finch neighborhood of Toronto, Canada.
  • Edward B. Kurpis - co-Founder of cable television network CNBC, author and financial architect of its founding business plan; Founding Vice President of Finance and Administration for NBC's Cable and Business Development division; former member of the Board of Directors of A&E network, Court TV network (now TruTV); NBC-Cablevision Executive Partnership Board governing operations of American Movie Classics, Bravo, and 10 regional sports networks. [476]
  • Myndz Community, C.C. A multimedia community-based media production enitity in based in Nairobi ,Kenya and Windhoek, Namibia. Myndz Community provides opportunities for youth, media practitioners, civic organizations and inhabitants of rural and indigenous communities to learn and engage in the production of media. [477]
  • Creamer Media (Site) is a media production house that makes "Engineering News" (Site), "Mining Weekly" (Site), "Research Channel Africa" (Site) and "" (Site)
  • Society of Accredited Voice Over Artists (Site) Accreditation by SaVoa is recognition of a voice over artist's ability to provide vocally and technically proficient broadcast-quality voice over services and to conduct business in a manner that enhances the profession as a whole. We maintain an accreditation program for voice over artists worldwide.
  • EIN News ([478]) Internet news aggregation, precursor to Google news, first Internet news aggregator of English news from China,([479]), conflict with Russia over use of the name "Russia" in web URL ([480])
  • Children's PressLine A youth media outlet
  • Addiction Worldwide ([481]) An advertising and branding agency with offices in London and New York. Clients include Comet, B&Q and HarperCollins. CEO Jeremy Rainbird.
  • Texas Archive of the Moving Image ([482]) A non-profit organization hosting an online library of Texas-related streaming videos including newsreels, educational films, local television, etc.
  • Tham Khai Meng [483] Worldwide Creative Director of Ogilvy & Mather. First Asian to hold this type of position in the advertising industry. Neil French's successor, who has an article.
  • The Advertising & Design Club of Canada (per their website) "is a non-profit, non-political group dedicated to encouraging excellence in Canadian advertising and design." It was started in 1948 (65 years ago) and hosts an annual awards program called Directions. There are currently about 18 WP articles (search with "and" and "&") that mention this org/award, some with redlinks.
  • Huntley Film Archives [484] commercial archive based in the U.K, established in 1984 by film historian John Huntley and his daughter Amanda Huntley.



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National or ethnic cultures[edit]

Performing arts[edit]

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Print media[edit]

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Recreation and hobbies[edit]


  • Showbox SoDo - The Showbox SoDo is a converted-warehouse-turned-concert venue located just south of the sports stadiums in the SoDo district. The venue has hosted events featuring Kid Rock, Heart, The Pogues, M.I.A., The Hives, Dropkick Murphys and many more. It is located at 1700 1st Ave. South Seattle, WA 98134.
  • Fischertagsverein
  • HOT HULA fitness - Dance workout set to Polynesian drumbeats

Mayview Manor

Red Flannel Festival - always on the first Saturday in October in Cedar Springs Michigan. The 15th oldest festival in the State of Michigan. Checkout for information. Visit the world headquarters of the Red Flannel Festival at 18 South Main Street Cedar Springs Michigan 49319.

Games and toys[edit]


Card Games[edit]

Charles Roberts Award winners[edit]


Game design (Non-video-games only)[edit]

Radio-controlled models[edit]

Model cars[edit]

Each one is notable as they are and were past world champions


Role-playing games (tabletop, paper & dice, and LARP)[edit]

Age of Sigmar

Video games[edit]




  • Bike Tours Direct - Resource for bike tours worldwide. website
  • Grand Circle
  • Grapeshisha - Travel Portal about Dubai, Abu Dhabi & the UAE website
  • Lungarno Collection - The hotel management company of Salvatore Ferragamo Family owning luxury and design hotels, retreats, villas and luxury yachts website
  • Santa's Lodge - Christmas themed hotel in Santa Claus, IN. The hotel is in the exact location of an 1883 "Bank-Barn" and uses the original timbers for the framework of the lobby and restaurant. website
  • Dapper Day - This is an unofficial but very popular semi-annual event at the Disney theme parks.
  • Theme Parks - A category for theme parks needs to be added to arts and entertainment.

Visual arts[edit]

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  1. ^ Cabrera, Michaela. "Designer crafts Philippine typhoon debris into furniture art". Reuters. 
  2. ^ "Typhoon debris turned into furniture". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Vea, Eduardo. "El diseño humanitario de Bernardo Urbina". 
  4. ^ Sally Butcher (19 November 2012). Veggiestan: A Vegetable Lover's Tour of the Middle East. Pavilion Books. pp. 191–. ISBN 978-1-909108-22-6.