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Furniture designEdit


Graphic designEdit


  • Keenan Dailey (Graphic Designer, Producer, Illustrator, Filmmaker, Actor) ([7]; [8]; [9]; [10]; [11]; [12]; [13]; [14]; [15]; [16]; [17]; [18]; [19];)
  • Stefan Boublil (Graphic Designer, Musician, Writer and Traveller, founder of The Apartment)
  • Dsr Creation - Graphics Designer at Bhilwara
  • Dsr Deiv - Graphics Designer at Bhilwara
  • Petros Afshar - English graphic designer
  • Nicholas Blechman - art director, illustrator, designer; social Democrat; New York;
  • Philippe Boulet - French illuminated furniture designer
  • Jose Breaux - artist , pastelist, watercolorist; [20]
  • Guy Georget - French graphic designer and artist
  • Diego Greco - comic illustrator; illustrator of Bad Dog (comics) written by Joe Kelly; background illustrator for Una película de huevos; IMDb; [21]; [22]; [23]; [24]; [25]; [26]
  • Mike Kaye - Emmy Award-nominated graphic designer; [27], comic book creator; [28]; featured in news media sites and a radio show called The Collectors Show" with Harold Nicoll; [29], website designer; [30]
  • Zak Kyes - art director and graphic designer; [31]; [32]; (perhaps more German resources?)
  • Conor Merriman - illustrator and graphic designer; from Dublin, Ireland;
  • Florian Nicolle - digital artist and illustrator; blends layers of newsprint, watercolor, pencil, and digital painting to create rich, frenetic portraits that seem to fly off the canvas; from Caen, France; started design at the age of 15 after being heavily inspired by his teacher (who specializes in sketch); [33][34][35]
  • Erkan Nehir - Turkish graphic designer, artist and tattoo artist; lives in Marmaris, Turkey;
  • 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
  • Joseph Pierre Nuyttens (1885–1960) - Belgian-American artist; illustrated four books by L. Frank Baum in 1911 and 1912; was "one of Will Rossiter's regular commercial artists"; orn in Antwerp; educated at the Ecoles des Beaux-Arts in both Brussels and Paris, and the Art Institute of Chicago; made a Chevalier of the Order of Leopold II in 1918; worked in oils, watercolors, pastels, and etching; 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; died in a house fire that destroyed many of his works; considerable information on Find A Grave ([36]); some on WWOz; [37]; mentioned on Phoebe Daring, The Flying Girl and Annabel(novel)
  • William Paterson (designer) - English graphic designer; specialises within logo design and company identity
  • Todd Pierce - American graphic designer and artist; creator of pictogram signage which has been used in many cities, New York subway system; author of The International Pictograms Standard
  • Scott Stowell - graphic and web designer; [38]; [39]


  • AREAWARE - - Founded by Noel Wiggins and Lisa Yashon in 2005, Areaware is a housewares and collectibles design retailer that provides contemporary artists with manufacturing and production expertise to bring their ideas to market. The origins of the company date back to the late 1980s where Wiggins and Yashon founded popular collectibles companies Harmonyball[1] and Harmony Kingdom[2]. They have supported many artists and designers in the field of industrial design such as Harry Allen, Tobi Wong, Jonas Damon, and Susan Kare. Notable products include Tobias Wong's ON/OFF Switch [3], the first US distribution of Strida Folding Bikes [4], David Week's Cubebots [5], Harry Allen's Reality Series of cast objects [6], and repurposing Susan Kare's user-interface graphics into textile designs [7]
  • Graphic Designo - international design firm; based in India; winner of 2013 top design firm in Delhi;
  • 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; [46]
  • Pop Chart Lab - Brooklyn-born design studio transforming pop culture data into an array of infinitely-detailed charts that appeal to the culture junkie (and home decor obsessed) in all of us; [47]; [48]; [49]; [50] [51]

Metal craftsEdit



Contemporary designEdit


  • Tord Björklund - Swedish designer
  • Georges Glaenzer - interior designer; [65]; designed Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site
  • Colum McCartan - Irish furniture and lighting designer; trained in furniture and interior design at the Belfast College of Art and Design; after college, founded his first design company in Northern Ireland, focusing on interiors for restaurants, hotels, nightclubs and bars; in 1993, joined Sir Terence Conran's Design Partnership in London working on a diverse range of projects from the Conran Restaurants to cruise ship interiors; later, while still in London, became a founding member of United Designers (a breakaway group from Conran), focusing on interiors for an international clientele; in 1995, moved to San Francisco; by 1998, had established a reputation for creative and innovative work with the completion of the Hotel Metropolis (San Francisco) and the Le Parker Meridien (New York City); in 2003, opened an office in New York City; in recent years, has completed the new 'Avia' collection and the Hotel Eventi (NYC); after 53 hotels, has become one of the leading designers of boutique lifestyle hotels in the U.S.;
  • Dorothy Rodgers - writer, inventor, decorative designer; [66]; [67]
  • Poul M. Volthere - Danish furniture and lighting designer; [68]; [69]


Set designEdit




Film, radio and televisionEdit

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Food, drink, and nutritionEdit




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

A–B (and 0–9)Edit

Other (non-people and non-organization)Edit

comment at October 2016: same as smoked meat?

Internet and tech cultureEdit

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

Media networks and organizationsEdit

  • CCN Markets (CCN Markets is a financial news site that reports on US markets and cryptocurrencies. It was founded in 2013 as CryptoCoinsNews by Jonas Borchgrevink. We previously had a section on Wikipedia under CryptoCoinsNews but that seems to be gone. We have approx. 50 journalists and editors working for CCN Markets at Hawkfish AS is the Media Company of CCN Markets website.) ([546][547][548][549][550] [551][552][553][554])
  • Chalkbeat (Chalkbeat is a nonprofit news site that covers education nationally and locally across seven bureaus, in Chicago, Colorado, Detroit, Indianapolis, Tennessee, New York City, and Newark. Chalkbeat began as GothamSchools, which was co-founded by Elizabeth Green and Philissa Cramer in 2008 and merged with EdNews Colorado in 2013 before changing its name in 2014. The nonprofit aims to cover the effort to improve schools for all children, especially those who have historically lacked access to a quality education.)


  • CultureStrike -- (CultureStike is a national arts organization that aims to change the art of politics, and the politics of art-making. CultureStrike focuses on art and immigrant activism. Founded in 2011, they have connected a network of over 200 socially engaged artists. Favianna Rodrigue zis the current Executive Director. CultureStrike has a wide scope of projects and is running an online magazine.) ([567][568])
  • Bedford Independent (Bedford Independent is an online news desk in Bedford, UK that is shaking up the status quo of local news provision. It was launched on social media in August 2018 and its website went live in November 2019. It has already gained a large readership and has been cited by national news desks when reporting on larger news stories in their patch. They are regulated by IMPRESS standards. Their Managing Editor appears on BBC Three Counties regularly to discuss general media industry matters and also news in the area.) ([569] [570] [571] [572])
  • Lovin Malta - Lovin Malta is a popular content and news website in Malta that is part of the Lovin Group which also features Lovin Dublin, Lovin Dubai, Lovin Manchester and Lovin Saudi. Lovin Malta has won several journalism awards and also won an award for Best Social Media Campaign of 2017 for an April Fools' prank where it set up a political party. [573] [574] [575]
  • City Bureau (City Bureau is a nonprofit journalism organization founded in Chicago in 2015 that provides education and training on journalism skills with a focus on communities that have been historically underserved or misrepresented by news organizations. City Bureau has multiple programs, including a journalism fellowship, a program training and paying individuals to document public meetings and a weekly workshop series on media-related issues. Fellows from program have gone on to write for national and international publications, including The Guardian, The Atlantic and The New York Times. A City Bureau staff member is making this request.) ([576][577][578][579][580][581][582])
  • GRVTY Media (GRVTY Media is a digital media company founded in 2014 and based in Singapore. They currently run six online editorials - Vulcan Post, Millennials of Singapore, Millennials of Kuala Lumpur, The Playbook, Discover SG and Discover KL. Their aim is to produce different and unique contents related to millennials. Using different social platforms, GRVTY Media shares the voices of millennials in Asia and thought-provoking content.) ([583] [584] [585])


  • Rereloluwaayodele - Rereloluwa Ayodele is a Nigerian Blogger, writer, content developer and Entrepreneur. He is the founder of His blog was nominated for the award of the STUDENT BLOG OF THE YEAR in the University of Ibadan Premier Awards. [586]
  • Amrit Sandhu - Amrit Sandhu is the founder of the Mandala Moments Movement orginating in Melbourne Australia. Amrit Sandhu is also the founder and host of the Inspired Evolution Podcast. Lifestyle Philosopher. [18]
  • Alborz Fallah - Alborz Fallah is the founder and editor of Based in Brisbane, Australia, he is also the entrepreneur in residence at the University of Queensland and a regular speaker at Entrepreneurial events in Australia having sold his business to Nine_Entertainment_Co. for $35 million in September 2016 [587] [588] [589] [590] [591] [592]
  • George Howell - George Howell is a journalist & news anchor for CNN. Based at the network's headquarters in Atlanta, he anchors 'CNN Newsroom' Friday through Sunday, reaching viewers on both CNNI and CNN/US. Howell previously served as a national correspondent for CNN in the network's Chicago bureau. [593]
  • Seth Kugel - Seth Kugel is a journalist and the former Frugal Traveler columnist for The New York Times. In 2018 W.W.Norton and Company will publish his book on travel. He is the host of the Brazilian YouTube channel Amigo Gringo. [594]
  • Heidi Przybyla - HEIDI is USA TODAY's SR. Political Reporter and an MSNBC political analyst. She is a frequent guest on several programs including "Morning Joe," "Hardball with Chris Matthews," and "The 11th Hour with Brian Williams." Most recently, she covered Hillary Clinton's campaign. Several Wiki imitation and entertainment sites have penned inaccurate pieces speculating on her personal life, including this: [595]
  • Angelo Carusone - Angelo is the President of Media Matters. Before joining, he organized the successful Twitter based StopBeck effort. He holds a B.A. in American Studies from Fordham University and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin. [596]
  • Alasdair Clark - Clark is a Scottish political and current affairs journalist who reports on Scottish and UK politics, including Brexit for CommonSpace
  • 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. [597]
  • Andrew M. Seaman - Ethics Committee Chairperson, Society of Professional Journalists; Senior Medical Journalist, Reuters; [598]
  • Tham Khai Meng - worldwide creative director, Ogilvy & Mather; first Asian to hold this type of position in the advertising industry; successor to Neil French; [599]
  • Larry Heath Founder and Director of Heath Media, parent company of The AU Review, Hello Asia!, The Iris and the National Live Music Awards. Journalist. Music Video Director. [600] [601] [602] [603] [604]




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National or ethnic culturesEdit



Performing artsEdit

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Print mediaEdit

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Recreation and hobbiesEdit




Games and toysEdit



Board gamesEdit

Card gamesEdit

Charles Roberts Award winnersEdit


Game design (non-video-games only)Edit

Radio-controlled modelsEdit

Model carsEdit

Role-playing games (tabletop, paper & dice, and LARP)Edit


Video gamesEdit



Jorge Luis Lopez Galvan - Contemporary Mexican surrealist painter




Visual artsEdit

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