Ken Robinson: How schools kill creativity

Ken Robinson: How schools kill creativity

How Schools Kill Creativity Hey! He (Ken Robinson) said it, not me… Interesting video…

Netflix streaming the Film Industry

Netflix streaming the Film Industry

Netflix streaming the Film Industry In 1997, the company Netflix, a subscription-based DVD distribution service, was established. Today, people of all ages from all over the world watch thousands of films and TV shows on their computers, laptops, phones, iPads, Playstastions and Smart TV’s, instantly streaming titles, some of which aren’t even available on DVD […]

Design Evolution: iPhone History

Design Evolution: iPhone History

iPhone History               This wireless telephone machine can operate over a relatively large area (the world), this particular wireless telephone machine is known as a the iPhone designed and marketed by Apple. I almost got lost in the Design Evolution of the Apple iPhone, there is actually quite a lot of variations but mostly […]

The Ocean is Broken lets save it through Design

The Ocean is Broken lets save it through Design

The Ocean is Broken lets save it through Design There is a lot of scary stories going around that the Ocean is Broken, some of them are quite scary! Fishermen are reporting that areas that were once teeming with marine life are now dead.   “I’ve done a lot of miles on the ocean in […]

Bring Back Morph

Bring Back Morph

Bring Back Morph The little lovable creative clay creature needs your help to bring him back! Aardman created Morph almost 30 years ago, since then they have brought us other wonderful characters like crazy inventor and his dog Wallace& Gromit. Aardman have created a Kickstarter project to help fund and engage people with Morph. Dont know who Morph is? Check out […]

The ups and downs of social media

The ups and downs of social media

Image courtesy of www.thedrum.com I’ve been on an extended holiday from Facebook and Twitter for three months. In the main, it was because I felt overly distracted.  I was also starting to question WHY I was using social media in the first place. I was a late Facebook adopter but decided to plumb the depths […]

Sleek Handmade Bikes Built by Sueshiro Sano

Sleek Handmade Bikes Built by Sueshiro Sano

If you like bikes, your going to love these sleek handmade bikes built by Sueshiro Sano who also happens to be a Shipwright. Sueshiro Sano makes ligthweight, bespoke wooden bicycles in his Tokyo workshop. These fanatastic and beautiful bikes take three months to build and are a 100% tailor made. As you would imagine a bicycle […]

Hydroflex Retro Skateboards

Hydroflex Retro Skateboards

WOW! Only 50 hours to go before this fantastic Kickstarter project comes to an end! DUN DUN DUN! Hydroflex is a skateboard born from a surfboard. The team behind Hydroflex created the skateboards from leftover materials from making surfboards, they created the skateboards firstly for themselves and then their friends who wanted them too! One […]

Art Wars

Art Wars

Check out these fantastically recreated stormtrooper helmets created for the Art Wars exhibition. The helmets have had there make over by a number of world renowned artists and designers including Damien Hirst, David Bailey, Yinka Shonibare MBE and Mr Brainwash among others. The helmets were created using the original molds from the first Star Wars film in 1976. Art Wars was founded by […]

Pop, Power and Politics

Pop, Power and Politics

Parliament and pop art may seem like unlikely bed fellows, but Scottish Parliament is hosting a free exhibition of more than forty Andy Warhol works of art exploring the themes of power and politics. Including Andy Warhol’s ‘Flash – November 22, 1963’ screen prints about the assassination of John F. Kennedy and his portrait of Scots-American philanthropist […]