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Design is not an island. It’s a response. Amanda Hallay

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I Scream COHN is excited to present a brand new bi-monthly online design magazine that serves up digestible topics in a comprehensible pictorial format.

Each issue focuses on the how design responds to global rippling effects influenced by Political, Environmental or Innovative events that impact our lives.

Our mission is to translate design concepts and ideas

into tangible and practical applications that can be useful and enhance your life.

Our vision is to inspire people to be themselves by celebrating their differences. We encourage you to 2

create your own style by providing you diverse subjects and new innovative directions. It’s time to stand out and “IT’S TIME TO BE YOU “.

Each edition of I Scream COHN is dedicated to serving

you an insider’s view of the future that you can shape through your actions and choices.

Whether you are the artist or the spectator, you can be part of the creative process that shapes the world we live in.

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I SCREAM

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HIDDEN IN PL AIN SITE

ISSUE ONE This month, I Scream COHN is showcasing the TRANSITIONAL era by giving you a glimpse into some of the defining elements of this capricious period that we live in today. See how design

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is holding onto the 20th century and slowly stepping into the 21st century.

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covering walls and trends around the world

Proud Sponsor of I Scream COHN’s First Issue


EDITOR’S LETTER

Well, I finally got I Scream COHN out of my head and into an online design magazine. I have a lot more ideas upstairs in my head to share with you, so, look out for our upcoming issues. As you can tell, Design is my passion and I have been a designer for over 30 years. Ok, you can stop counting and trying to guess my age! I Scream COHN was created over a dinner conversation and some scribbles on a napkin in a restaurant in New York City and before you could say ‘what’s for dessert’ I had a team in place loving the idea and ready to start this new adventure. It’s now only 4 months later and 5

the team has grown internationally from New York to London over to Dublin and down to the Southern Hemisphere to Sidney. We are all passionate about the future of design and we have a desire to make it available to everyone. You may not be able to draw a straight line to save your life, but you are still creative and have an important say in the direction design is taking the world today. Enjoy our first issue and let us know what you think. We have so much more to give and we want to share all of it with you. Join us on our journey and be part of this new design movement. See you soon. Garry Cohn

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HOW TO USE THE MAGAZINE

I Scream COHN is about cause and effect. We present you global events that evoke a reaction and how design responds. THE CAUSE Events from around the globe are shaping our lives every day. Whether they are positive or negative they set a reaction into motion that influences you. I SEE

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Identifies the important influencers that are causing movement in the design world. They can come from museum exhibits, art, technologies, politics and ecological events and may cause an impact on your life. THE EFFECT A reaction caused by global events creates a response that shifts design into various directions which can be identified as design movements. TAKE AWAY You can affect the design movement’s momentum by your choices and actions, from the shoes you wear to the home you live in, to the music you listen to. By identifying the key elements of a design movement allows you to be aware of how your actions can contribute to its strength and growth.

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I N V I S I B LY A P PA R E N T C A M O U F L AG E

Design that is purposely created to be disguised within its environment but upon the surprise of its discovery causes the positive effect of making it more visible.


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Custom Hand-Knit Sweaters Blend Subjects Into Urban Environments Photographer Joseph Ford in collaboration with Fiber Artist Nina Dodd


Joseph Ford and Nina Dodd were published in January & February 2018 by multiple online magazines and blogs: My Modern Met, Colossal, Design Boom, The Guardian, Independent, Daily Mail, Bored Panda, ect. josephford.net

Custom Hand-Knit Sweaters Blend Subjects Into Urban Environments Photographer Joseph Ford in collaboration with Fiber Artist Nina Dodd

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Cecilia Paredes - Corinthians - Self Portrait Â

Cecilia Paredes – Forbidden Fruit - Self Portrait


Monochromatic Interior Designer Zyinga Home

Falling Apart and Coming Together in the 1970s

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Vlisco’s Fabric Exhibition at Museum Helmond The Netherlands 2017

Digital Delusions 2017 Designer Anthony Hearsey

GMF Fruits 2015 Designers Enrico Becker & Matt Harris

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Discover some of the creative designs that are readily available for you to take away.


Clear Chain-Trimmed Boot Spring 2018 Designer Balmain

Sexy Chest One Piece Swimsuit Designer Beloved Shirts

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Custom Printed Cuffs Designer CCS

Going Graphic, Bazaar Layout Balenciaga


Fadeout Chair 2009 Designer Nendo

The Smart Mirror Designer Halb

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Cascade Wallpaper Designers Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons

Storm Blotch Wallpaper Designers Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons


Edgeland House 2012 Designers Bercy Chen Studio

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Mirrorcube 2010 Designers Tham & VidegĂĽrd Arkitekter

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Mirror House 2014 Designers Peter Pichler


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S PAC E AG E E N T H U S I A S M R E AWA K E N E D

This is not a retro experience but rather a new direction in the journey to the stars. As the space industry moves toward the increased privatisation, the Space Age becomes more tangible, creating a new buzz.


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Reusable SpacEx Rocket Prepares to Land for the Second Time 2017 Photo SpaceX


SpaceX launches world’s largest rocket - and sent a Tesla to Space. Elon Musk’s SpaceX blasted its most powerful rocket into space in February 2018 — carrying a sports car on board headed to Mars and beyond.

Tesla Commercial 2018 View from SpaceX Launch Control

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Hiroko Matsumoto 1966 Pierre Cardin

Pierre Cardin and West Wind Executive Jet 1978 Designer Cardin’s Studio for Atlantic Aviation


Retro Yellow Dining Space 1960s Photographer Gabrielle Chimello

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The Miracle Kitchen 1959 The Future Had its Own Roomba 

512S Modulo, Italy 1970 Ferrari

Pen Drawing Artist Alessandro Paglia

Vintage Video Conference Call Concept

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Ex Machina 2014 Film Director Alex Garland


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Discover some of the creative designs that are readily available for you to take away.


Pro Aesthetic Supports Designer Francesca Lanzavecchia

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Ready-to-wear, Vogue Spring 2017 Designer Chanel

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Moon Lamp 2016 Designers Oscar Lhermitte and Kudu


Story Clock 2016 Designer Studio Flyte

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Z Chair 2011 Designer Zaha Hadid for Sawaya & Moroni

The Capsule Lamp 2012 Designer Design System Ltd

Floating Lamp Los #2 2010 Designer Crealev


Robot for Carrying Suitcase & Shopping LG 2018

M88 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Ecovacs Robotics 2016

The Wolfsburg Project 2010 Designer James Turrell

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The Self-Driving Delivery Robot Starship 2016

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Heydar Aliyev Center 2013 Designer Zaha Hadid


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SPLIT PERSONALITY

Transitional embraces two design styles simultaneously with no commitment to either period. The result is stagnation causing incoherence and disjointed appearance.


Wedding Couture Spring 2018 Designer Lela Rose

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Paddy Cohn: New studio private opening, June 2018 The exhibition explores how we communicate through sight and touch. Paddy Cohn’s new work is an abstract visual expression that complements and contradicts itself reflecting the current state of communication today. Her paintings are positive and connect us to the universal nature we all share. paddycohn.com

I See 2018 Artist Paddy CohnÂ

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AgeMaps Photo Collages Bobby Neel Adams

Hidden Identity 2018 Artist Paddy Cohn


Chartres Cathedral France Mostly Constructed Between 1194 & 1220

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Custom Made Chair 2011 Karen Ryan

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Bundeswehr Military History Museum Germany 2011 Designer Daniel Libeskind


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Discover some of the creative designs that are readily available for you to take away.


Michael Rackett hair collection for Rush Hair 2017

Baya Flip Designer Crocs

Double Cut, Double Colour

Pink Clog Slingback 2006 Designer Crocs

The Avant Garde Hair The Ultimate Black & White

Pink Crocs Foam Platforms 2017 Designer Balenciaga

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Laser Cut Dress 2014 Martijn Van Strien

Dress With Beaded Evening Pant Mac Duggal

Evening Jumpsuit With Hip Bustle Jean Paul Gaultier


D/Vision 2017 Designer Ferruccio Laviani for Fratelli Boffi

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30 Evolution Oak Sideboard 2014 Designer Ferruccio Laviani for Emmemobili

F*Â The Classics 2011 Designer Fratelli Boffi Collection by Italian Artist Ferruccio Laviani


Marisa Tomei’s Living Room 2016 Photographer Douglas Friedman

Sao Paulo Living Room Photographer Ricardo Labougle

Telegraf 7 – Office Building, Vienna, Austria 2017 Designers BEHF Architects

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Fondazione Prada 2015 OMA Architects

Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam 2010 WAM Architect


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FL AT OUT COOL

Inspired by the simplicity of Alexander Calder’s 1927 wire sculptures, the re-emergence of design using a single black line evolves outside sculpture and into all facets of art, design and everyday life.


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Singleline Tattoo Designer and Photographer Mo Ganji


Calder: Hypermobility Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, June 2017 – November 2017. The exhibit was extended for an extra month due to extreme popularity.

Portrait 1929 Alexander Calder

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Acrobats 1929 Alexander Calder

Wire Elephant 1928 Alexander Calder


Metal Coil Corset in Collaboration with Jeweler Shaun Leane Alexander McQueen 1996

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Peggy Guggenheim in her Calder Earrings 1950s Gift of the Artist

Wire Fashion Forms Leigh Pennebaker

Faรงade, Made from Painted Aluminum 2013 Ron Gilad

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Raumlinien 2006 Gisela Hoffmann


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Discover some of the creative designs that are readily available for you to take away.


Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Collection Spring 2018

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Dina Ear Piece Mara Paris

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Weight Vases Developed at ECAL 2011 Decha Archjananun


Thin Black Lines Table 2010 Designer Nendo

The Urban Philosophy Chair Designer Nissa Kinzhalina

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Field Minimal Shelving 2016 Designer Dmitry Kozinenko

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Perimeter Table Lamp Blu Dot

Parachute Lighting Nathan Yong


KUU Pendant Light 2016 Designer Elina Ulvio

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Showroom Design Studio and Workshop Prague Designer Zuzana Hartlova


COMING NEXT MONTH

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BOLD AND DARING DESIGN We will transport you into the funhouse of design where colours, shapes and forms have no boundaries. It’s a playful adventure where reality merges with animation sending you on a roller-coaster ride filled with amusement and laughter. Come on down… because youuuuuuuuu’re the next contestant on.............LET’S MAKE A ZEAL!

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GAME OF COHN’S

Do you know the name of this building designed in a Transitional style? Send us a full photo of this building and you can be in our next issue. PLEASE EMAIL YOUR ANSWERS TO - isc@cohndesign.com

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SUBMIT YOUR WORK

Do you have work that you think can influence a design movement? Submit your work to us and if you are selected, you can be published in our magazine as an influencer or in our Take Away section. You may have the next big idea so let us help you get it out there and be seen.

Send work to isc@cohndesign.com


BORING LEGAL STUFF

I Scream COHN’s image use is for educational purposes to illustrate the cause and effect of a particular subject. We apologise in advance if we used your images without your consent and you are not pleased with how you are represented. I Scream COHN works hard to make sure that all images are credited to the relevant parties. Our intention is to give credit to all the contributors and to help them gain notoriety for their beautiful work.

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Please contact us if you are not pleased with our use of any of your images. We will remove your images within 24 hours of your notification. isc@cohndesign.com

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OUR TEAM Here at COHN headquarters, the design team is delighted to present I Scream COHN design magazine. We painstakingly researched through thousands of articles, trends and events to bring you the best design magazine, one full of beautiful images, influential ideas and educational content. We did have fair share of late nights working on the magazine, creating something we hope you enjoy. We have many lifetimes’ worth of ideas, so let us know what you think and look out for our next issue.

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