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Chineasy

Chineasy

Chineasy, a creative approach to learning languages. London based, Taipei born ShaoLan has created a fantastic learning tool for people who want to learn Chinese as a language (people like me!!). Chinese characters are as beautiful as they are complex making them fantastically wonderful to gaze at. But! Stare at it all day long and […]

Q&A with Dana Jasinkeviča

Q&A with Dana Jasinkeviča

Somewhere in cyberspace we got a hold of Dana, who you might remember as the creator of the LoliPOPE collection. Her location is as hard to predict as her creative imagination. Based in Latvia, where she is studying Fashion Design in the Art Academy of Latvia, now she is in Utah, US but in September […]

Knife Edge: Cooper Gallery

Knife Edge: Cooper Gallery

From the 29 August – 21 September the Cooper Gallery will be exhibiting Knife Edge Press: The Complete Works (so far). The exhibition will showcase the fantastic collaborative partnership of Mel Gooding and artist Bruce McLean. The on going creative partnership will be displayed alongside ephemera generated during their twenty-eight years of creative exchange and […]

Smart Textiles

Smart Textiles

New tech is awesome! It comes in many forms and is limited only by our imagination. Being creatives we have quite a big imagination which is great news for making new projects. Some of the new tech that I find particular awesome is smart textiles which includes self repairing fabrics, water soluble textiles and environmental […]

Minime

Minime

Why would you not want a mini version of yourself? Thanks to Japanese company Fotofig you can now make mini versions of yourself, your children, your pets or whatever else you want to make a mini version of. So how do you make a mini 3D Printed person? You take a number of photos of […]

Laneylost

Laneylost

Worcester born photographer Stuart Lane aka Laneylost captures fantastic images of the moment. Laneylost’s journey into the world of photography was actually accidental, he needed some stock images for a website he was building and began taking photographs and from there his collection of images has grown substantially. Laneylost’s preferred style of photographing is ‘in […]

Spheksophobia…?*

Spheksophobia…?*

* A fear of wasps.  If you are not of a bug friendly disposition,  you might blanch a little at what’s coming next (if the title pic didn’t get you first)… Artist sculptor, creator of steampunk inspired contraptions and other oddities, Nik’s latest work includes, among other things, hornets, spiders, and he has recently accepted […]

Windows 8 and your Mental Health

Windows 8 and your Mental Health

It was the 5th January 2013, the beginning of a new year! I was searching for an affordable but reliable computer when I discovered a Fujitsu online selling for £370.00. I read the spec and said Ah! this fits the bill, affordable, powerful enough for my needs, wont break and then came the next question. […]

How to write an Amazon Kindle Book

How to write an Amazon Kindle Book

Ever wondered how to write an Amazon Kindle Book? Or just need some tips on how to write an ebook? Well heres the Pinso guide from experience. At Pinso we feature a lot of graduates work because graduates are more skilled and ambitious than ever before and so we want to talk about their fantastic […]

Artist David Munroe

Artist David Munroe

Glasgow born Abstract Expressionist and Landscape painter David Munroe creates wonderful artwork that is visually striking with its contrasting colours and imagery. Munroe’s artwork appears energetic and strong as well as delicate with hidden details within his work. Sailing Into the Sun Munroe takes his inspiration from a number of areas including natural and made […]