The blog – Campaigns, inspiration, trends and industry news…

Renny Gleeson: Busted! The sneaky moves of anti-social smartphone users

TED is a fantasic resourse. Beats the crap on TV any day of the week. This is an interesting 3 minute talk on mobile phones and social media. The things that most struck me is the phrase “I share. Therefore I am” and “The reality is less interesting than the story I will tell”. This…

Read More →

Canvas prints at the Ideal Home Show

One Deko have three stands at the Ideal Home Show and I have been very fortunate in that they are displaying my artwork alongside the furniture.

Richard Baybutt photography

If you get a chance, head over to Richard Baybutt for some superb photography.

Big Lunch

Really like this idea – a series of big lunches held all over the country. We need more of this kind of thing – encouraging communities to come together. I’ve been rambling on for some time about how there isn’t enough of this kind of thing in London and so I’m going to eat my…

Read More →

Naked woman

Working on a new Naked woman print. This is what my screen looks like as I scan in the drawings and redraw and redraw her until I’m happy.

G20 protest

I attended. Never been to protest before and decided to go to add myself to the number of people who want their voice to be heard in this mess. I took this photo, I found it ironic that the man filming the protest go by had just been to Harrod’s

Georgia on my mind.

Right now I’m loving the font Georgia in Italics (the titles for this blog), especially when used with Ariel or Helvetica. I’m using it on all my documents now. I have officially become a geek.

DAD project

The deadline for the DandAD student awards is on Monday. I think I’m going to enter, and do the project in one day on Saturday – a nice quick design project. In a new twist I think I’ll twitter and blog as I do it, if you wanna see how it goes, then head over…

Read More →

In Your Face

I remember watching the fantastically hilarious Adam and Joe show years back. Adam is still making awesome stuff. More stuff at his website This is a great reworking of Obama’s speach:

Facebook redesign reduces it’s ability to spread content

My early impression is that the new design reduces Facebook’s ability to spread content online. Whereas before, the news feed would report on groups and events that friends were attending, the new design does not. Therefore if someone joins a group no one really knows about it. A shame really as a lot of groups…

Read More →

Back to Top