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Just done a new little one-pager site for yummy Mexican Cantina, Lacalaca down in Seminyak. – a glorified business card if you will. Read on…

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Lovely article by Tim Kreider in the New York Times on idleness and how, every now and again, it’s not such a bad thing to take some time off and just do nothing. Read on…

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I’ve been beavering away on some brand collateral for Dj Poornima. Read on…

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Last week I had a pleasure of visiting Tanjung Puting national park in south west Borneo. As well as witnessing a plethora of incredible flora and fauna, from giant kingfishers, to proboscis monkeys, stunning orchids and even a couple of crocodiles, the park is home to one of the world’s most stunning animals, the Orangutan. Read on…

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According to some estimates, there are at least 87 languages that are completely extinct. These languages aren’t “dead,” which is how we characterize languages that are preserved or practiced in some form, like ancient Greek. They’re simply no longer in use at all. Read on…

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There are only a few times in my life I have been so openly aghast by a spectacle – the first close-up sighting of an orangutan in its natural habitat is something I hope never to forget. Read on…

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Sneak peek at who I’ve been hanging out with for the last few days Read on…

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There’s nothing quite like peeling yourself from the bike seat after hours driving in the sweltering heat to discover a little oasis on the side of the road Read on…

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During last year’s flooding in Pakistan, millions of spiders found refuge in trees around the most affected areas Read on…

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A fascination of mine since I first dabbled with web design and later 3D was how much fun maths could be – more to the point, how much fun math should have been throughout those mind-numbing childhood classes. It would seem I am not alone. Read on…

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Looking up as the early morning light pierces through the canopy of my coconut and avocado trees. Read on…

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Eyejusters can help hundreds of millions of people in the developing world who can’t get glasses. A sight test and a pair of glasses in one and the user can also adjust focus over time. Read on…

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Having experimented for two years with various culinary techniques to perfect Decafe’s composite biodegradable material, Spanish designer Raúl Laurí has created a unique combination of coffee grounds and natural glue to produce lamp shades Read on…

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As part of TEDxUbud yesterday, in collaboration with the HUBUD team, I designed an installation to represent the Threads of Change theme of TEDx day.
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Took a little tumble yesterday but got the giggles when I passed a mirror and noticed the appalling job I’d done on the repair.
Note to self: when considering applying alcohol swabs to wound, remember that the sensation was akin to dunking the freshly grated arm in a tub of sambal

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Two years is a long time by anyone’s standards to wait for a breakfast, but this one was worth every last morcel! Read on…

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A staggering infographic from National Geographic by John Tomanio charting the loss of U.S. seed variety from 1903 to 1983 – It shows they have lost about 93% of the unique seed strands behind some of the most popular produce in their national seed banks. Read on…

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Always laugh when you can. Read on…