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What are you looking at

7th April, 2011


The direction you look during a conversation can reveal a lot.


Ideo’s Tim Brown urges designers to think big. Read on…


What a great idea! Skillshare’s mission is to flip the notion of traditional education on its head and democratize learning. Read on…


This concept resonates strongly with me as I have spent much of my adult life in a semi-nomadic existence and ownership of so many of my personal possessions has increasingly become nothing but a burden. Read on…



The direction you look during a conversation can reveal a lot.


1:1.618, otherwise known as the Golden ratio is an interesting mathematical and aesthetic phenomenon although I find these examples tenuous at best. Read on…


Founded by creative director,¬† Hiroki Nakamura, Visvim started out as a boutique footwear label and has since branched out into accessories and clothing¬† Read on…


Dutch RP firm, Freedom of Creation have come up with a method of 3d printing using a binding agent and sawdust. So far though, they only seem to be able to use hardwoods like Mahogany and Teak – um, there’s something fishy here…

Update: Yup, april fool!


These stunning grotesque masks come from a suite of about twenty-two prints designed by Cornelis Floris, engraved by Frans Huys and published in Antwerp in 1555 by Hans Liefrinck. Read on…


Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer considered to be the father of modern photojournalism. Read on…


I have watched the continual increase in trash along the coast here in Bali over the last year, so the inevitable scenario greeted me on my beach run this morning.


Sir Ken Robinson’s recently updated his 2000 novel, Out of our minds: learning to be creative.
You can read some interesting background on it here Read on…


It’s not often that I’m a fan of such a spread of work from one artist. Kate McGuire‘s work is one of those sublime exceptions.