Foxconn says it ‘immediately’ ended illegal overtime by students on iPhone X production line

2017-11-23T13:05:17+00:00

Foxconn said it took ‘immediate action’ to end the illegal hours being worked by high school students on the iPhone X production line. The statement follows confirmation by Apple that students aged 17-19 were allowed to work more than 40 hours per week despite this being in breach of both the law and the company’s own [...]

Foxconn says it ‘immediately’ ended illegal overtime by students on iPhone X production line 2017-11-23T13:05:17+00:00

Colors of the Wall

2017-11-23T12:16:29+00:00

Colors of the Wall Monochrome Bathroom Sets by Fredrik Wallner for Swoon nathan Wed, 11/22/2017 - 11:59 At its heart, a showroom is meant to help shoppers build a relationship between furnishings: by moving between different furniture options and colors, customers can find a more cohesive vision of what their finished home might look like. [...]

Colors of the Wall 2017-11-23T12:16:29+00:00

[The Daily] Fassbinder, Zulawski, and More

2017-11-23T12:00:47+00:00

We begin with the latest entry in Reverse Shot’s symposium on time, Chris Wisniewski’s, on Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s The Merchant of Four Seasons (1971). The focus here is on “a sequence that seems at first ordinary and unravels under . . . Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

[The Daily] Fassbinder, Zulawski, and More 2017-11-23T12:00:47+00:00

On the Channel: Adventures in Moviegoing with Barry Jenkins

2017-11-23T12:00:43+00:00

The Oscar-winning director of last year’s indie sensation Moonlight shares how he fell in love with the art of storytelling in a new conversation on the Criterion Channel on FilmStruck. Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

On the Channel: Adventures in Moviegoing with Barry Jenkins 2017-11-23T12:00:43+00:00

New UK Releases for November 2017

2017-11-23T12:00:37+00:00

This month, we’re welcoming three new Criterion releases in the United Kingdom: George Cukor’s effervescent screwball classic The Philadelphia Story, Donna Deitch’s groundbreaking lesbian romance Desert Hearts, and Terry Gilliam’s grim medieval . . . Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

New UK Releases for November 2017 2017-11-23T12:00:37+00:00

Dublin: Krass Clement’s document of Ireland’s capital in the early 1990s

2017-11-23T12:00:31+00:00

In 1991, Danish photographer, Krass Clement, shot his acclaimed photobook ‘Drum’, legendary for being created in just one evening on only three rolls of film. At this time, Clement was on a three-month residency at Tyrone Gurhie Centre in Annaghmakerrig, Ireland. It was during this time that Clement also photographed the city of Dublin. The [...]

Dublin: Krass Clement’s document of Ireland’s capital in the early 1990s 2017-11-23T12:00:31+00:00

Graphic artist Emily Forgot on freelancing, dream clients and avoiding the treadmill

2017-11-23T12:00:27+00:00

Emily Forgot is the appropriately curious moniker of London-based graphic artist Emily Alston. She's worked for herself since graduating from Liverpool School of Art & Design in 2004 and has amassed a diverse range of clients, from Selfridges and Harrods to Herman Miller and Somerset House. Embracing the odd, the everyday and the sometimes surreal, [...]

Graphic artist Emily Forgot on freelancing, dream clients and avoiding the treadmill 2017-11-23T12:00:27+00:00

Record sleeve designs that aim to remind each of us of our own dreams

2017-11-23T12:00:24+00:00

New York-based designer Shangning Wang has created these intricate designs for a new album from Chinese rock band Chinos's new album. The imagery takes the form of delicate monochrome illustrations, weaving natural reference points into something that feels crisp and modern. According to Wang, one of the concepts informing the work was the idea that [...]

Record sleeve designs that aim to remind each of us of our own dreams 2017-11-23T12:00:24+00:00