From Death to Death and Other Small Tales

From Death to Death and Other Small Tales

Ernesto Neto “It happens when the body is an anatomy of time”, 2000. D. Daskalopoulos Collection   If you are in Edinburgh and looking for a more…unusual way to while away an hour or two, I’d suggest a trip to Modern One at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to See From Death to […]

Southside Film Festival 2013

Southside Film Festival 2013

It’s been more than 24 hours since I was at the Southside Film Festival 2013 and I am now starting to reminiscence about the good old days (yes I am feeling a bit dramatic today). I have my souvenirs of the screenings that I went to that included Up There, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and the Southside […]

DJCAD Degree Show 2013

DJCAD Degree Show 2013

BOOM boom BOOM boom BOOM boom BOOOM! The sounds heard from down the street of the opening of the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) 2013 Degree show! And what an awesome show it is! Its literally packed full of fantastic work! There is a huge variety of work from around the creative industries including but […]

Bothy Design Renovation Time Lapse

Bothy Design Renovation Time Lapse

We just completed part 1 of the Bothy Design Renovation Time Lapse which features a Collaboration between Trakke and the Rag and Bone Workshop. Check it out at our YouTube Channel PinsoTV or watch it below. The creative duo have both been featured in the Pinso book Tell The Future for their exceptional creative qualities and dedication to their discipline. […]

Psychedelic Rabbits

Psychedelic Rabbits

These psychedelic rabbits are the craft creations of Misa Lamri. Originally from Kyushu Island, Japan, Lamri now lives in Paris.  The innocent forms, friendly colours and fun appeal of Lamri’s creations have a hippy-esque persona about them. Lamri’s popular creations are vivid multicoloured creatures and characters which she makes from felt. The little bear above with his button eye, start eye and grin grasps your attention […]

Sally Jane Fuerst

Sally Jane Fuerst

Eli and Ren American artist Sally Jane Fuerst who now lives in London creates these fantastic classically painted works of art with a twist. You may have noticed in the painting above titled Eli and Ren that its not Eli’s real lips, this is part of Fuerst’s wild character showing through her work. Fuerst has studied painting in the the USA […]

Legendary – Ray Harryhausen

Legendary – Ray Harryhausen

I was deeply saddened by the recent death of Ray Harryhausen on May 7th, aged 92. It was another nail in the coffin of my childhood, like when they banned the blue Smartie and 5ive split up. Only, Harryhausen’s passing is infinitely sadder because a vast number of my childhood memories are inextricably linked to […]

Graduation City of Culture

Graduation City of Culture

Yesterday I learned an interesting fact.  In 2014, Riga, the capital of Latvia, will become the European City of Culture. I didn’t go in pursuit of this knowledge: I didn’t read it in the newspaper or find it online; I found out this little titbit whilst I was having my lunch in Hemma Presented by the […]

Southside Film Festival

Southside Film Festival

Glasgow’s Southside Film Festival is back! From the 16th -19th of May – that’s next Friday!  The festival will be screening thirty fantastically awesome films over the course of a jam packed 3 days. The festival programme will be screening international, national and local film work across all genres and lengths. The festival also includes free talks and training workshops – oh I […]

QMU Costume Design Show

QMU Costume Design Show

Yesterday I attended the 2013 Queen Margaret University Costume Design Show and it was amazing! There was a huge variety of costumes on display. Hippes, dragons, monsters, puppets, robots and even Ganesh was there partying! The 2013 Queen Margaret University (QMU) costume design collection really was packed full of quality costumes designed around a number of different themes- I […]

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