Just over two weeks from the end of the year and things are moving on quickly. Within the last fortnight we (Hugh Manatee) put together our list of all those little things that irritate us beyond belief. We’ve written canvas after canvas about umbrellas, mobile phones, maps, users of medication, people with disabilities and spoken … Continue reading Build, Measure, Learn!
A couple of weeks back I visited the ‘Handmade in Britain’ crafts fair in Old Chelsea Town Hall, the 10th anniversary show of craft & design. The first thing that hit me was the ornate beauty of the building. A large neo-classical structure that sits on Kings Road in the company of the likes of … Continue reading Handmade in Britain
At the beginning of each class our course director Janja Song kicks things off with a question. Nothing too serious or strenuous, but something that must be answered by all, a way to get everyone involved. Last Friday the question posed to us was ‘do we procrastinate?’ I am a procrastinator. As I write this … Continue reading Creative Confidence
If the history of the planet was placed onto one calendar year, mankind’s existence would be seen at 23:59 on December 31st; the last minute of the last day – a flash of the 4.543billion year existence of this planet. We look back on the history of our species, we gaze in awe at the … Continue reading Climate Change: The End is Nigh?