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Deadly Mortal Engines Roam the Silver Screen

It’s easy to get bogged down as to what the distant future holds. Fortunately, Mortal Engines takes the guesswork out of that… sort of. Brilliant animation and creative transportation.

LA Auto Show Concepts and the Future of Transport

At the LA Auto Show one thing is certainly clear; the battle of EV and internal combustion engines is all but over. The battery-powered devils allow for a new paradigm in transportation.

Kemal Curić on the New Lincoln Aviator at the LAAS

The Lincoln Aviator is the vision for Lincoln Motor Company and it's basic four tenants, which are the beauty, gliding, human, and sanctuary. Designers, led by Kemal Curić, call this Quiet Flight.

Rivian Plugs-In and Re-Invents Trucks and SUVs

Working at an OEM, or a company that has strong heritage, you have cues and a strong past to rely on influencing your future products. At Rivian, starting from scratch, four designers tell the tale of a start-up!

A Power Trio Sing in the Canyons of Malibu

To be blunt, 15 minutes each is only enough just enough get our, umm, feet wet. Nevertheless, one can briefly delve into the Acura NSX, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and the McLaren 570S and walk away with some clear impressions on design and drive.

Unity and McDonough on Faster, Easier Digital Design

With Unity, you aren't sending something off to a render farm and waiting. You literally take the model, simplify it, walk around it, interact with it. In other words, no delayed gratification! Unity GM and CMO, Tim McDonough, gives us a glimpse into the future.

The Icons of Pasadena Leave a Mark at ACCD

This year the ArtCenter Car Classic is dubbed 70 years of Iconic Design. AutoDesignO wrangled some of the extraordinary talent to provide some definition to the word “icons”. Interviews with Erik Goplen, Fireball Tim Lawrence, Jay Leno, Frank Saucedo, Larry Wood, and Roger Zrimec.

The Peter and Merle Mullin Gallery Opens

The Mullin Gallery will not feature any permanent collections. In addition to transportation related exhibits the multi-functional gallery is planned to showcase various topics in art and design in the coming years.