A group of designers at the Smithsonian Institution is using a simple but powerful design to create a new look that will change the way people perceive the difference between the old and the new.
The Smithsonian’s Design Lab has collaborated with fashion designer Humberto Vargas to create the “Culture Of The Gap.”
The project will be the first exhibit in the Smithsonian’s “Design for Change” program, which aims to create opportunities for people to change their ways of seeing the world.
The exhibit will showcase new ideas for creating sustainable communities, as well as how to design for a more diverse society.
Vargas has been an influential figure in the art and design world for decades, and his work has been featured in major publications like The New Yorker and Time.
The Smithsonian is partnering with Vargas and his partners to help create this new exhibit, which is slated to open to the public in late 2019.
“We really wanted to create something that could be the centerpiece of the exhibit and be really powerful, but also also very simple and very beautiful,” Vargas told ABC News.
Vargas’ work has focused on how to use everyday objects and materials to create dynamic, colorful designs that resonate with people’s needs.
It has also influenced a number of projects, like the “Diva” exhibit, a design exhibition that debuted in 2017 that showed how women’s bodies can be used to create new shapes and patterns for fashion.
Vagrabs first project, “Culturally Diverse,” has been in the works for some time.
It’s based on a concept of what it would look like if there was a world that was more diverse, with people from all walks of life participating in the design process.
He said that it was inspired by the idea that it is a great thing for the world to become more diverse.
“The exhibit, the first of its kind in the country, is part of a broader exhibit about the evolution of fashion, called “The New Fashion,” that is currently in the process of being expanded.
The “New Fashion” exhibit is intended to highlight emerging trends in fashion, from the current wave of streetwear to the new fashion of fashion accessories.
The “Cultural of the Garment” exhibit will explore how design and technology can bring people together.
The exhibit will feature pieces from the museum’s collection of more than 3,000 items, including more than 100 works by Vargas.