Here is the latest from some of the leading thinkers in bio-inspired design. Some of them are designers. Some of them follow designers and design trends. All of them are thinking deeply about how biomimicry can be used to push the boundaries of innovation and sustainability.
Jessica Jones, graphic designer at Biomimicry 3.8, shares her thoughts on the application of biomimicry to graphic design.
Tim McGee, long time biomimicry practitioner, shares his work to bring biological insights to the problem solving process for his client through the the interface of biology and design. He also does a great podcast on the subject.
The Biomimicry 3.8 Institute compiled this immense collection of nature's strategies for problems solving, organized by function and searchable.
Many contributors on GreenBiz.com track biologically-inspired design, happenings and technologies.
One of the most influential collections of perspectives on bio-inspired design.