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I fixed it

A nice site of people’s attempts to fix things, proving that there is a designer in everyone. Or maybe not, some of these frankly dangerous, but occationally there is a gem that shows a nice bit of problem solving. Link hereI fixed it Found on Brandflakesforbreakfast who found it at Urban Outfitters (both also worth…

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Back from holiday

Blog has been a bit quiet of late as I was off on holiday. I thought I’d be depressed on returning to London having spent a week in a beautiful village in Dorset and going to the beach. However, on my return I had one of those days that reminded me why I live in…

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Pan lid cotinued…

A couple of posts back I wrote my ideas for a new pan lid – at home at the weekend I saw this which is basically the idea, although this object is a mat to put pans on – so it’s this with the ring closer together so that it can fit onto any pan.…

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Work of florentijn Hofman

A selection of really interesting projects that challenge notion of space and scale. Check out his site

Interactive video from the Met Office

Another excellently executed piece of content that hopefully gets the message across. Particularly effective as the target audience spends a lot of its time online on youtube.

Naughty Ashes Chat

Check out Tim Lovejoy’s Channelbee for more

HP invent awesomeness

Response to D&AD Student Awards brief set by Hewlett Packard. “Present an idea which promotes HP Workstations ability to bring to life anything the creative mind can conceive.” Filmed, edited and directed by Matt Robinson and Tom Music: Hold Me Back by Round Table A superb piece of content. Exceptionally executed. HP –…

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Ideas for pan lids

It drives me mad when I can’t find the correct pan lid for the saucepan that I am using. If I designed them I would colour code the lid and pan – red lid handle matches red pan handle etc. I also had this one – a lid that fits all pans. On a small…

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Facebook account deactivated

This week I had my Facebook account deactivated. I was posting a video for work on a few fan walls and that was it. I suddenly felt quite lost – a lot of people I am just friends with on Facebook – I don’t have email addresses, for many I don’t have telephone numbers. Then…

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Nike and Tour de France

A great example integrating digital, real, art and sport. Found via Glue’s Twitter

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