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Nearly there

It’s been a while since i’ve posted as I’ve been so snowed with college – hand in is on Wednesday, then I build a window display and santa’s grotto for a shop, then I’m back at work. The camera project has gone well – I’ll post up a load of images when it’s all done.…

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Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best

Saw this on Design Boom – a great blog to visit – I must visit it just about everyday.

Yet another chair rendering

Just learnt some 3D modelling software and rendered the Yet another chair idea, this time using the Loft tool so that it says the same from both sides.

See our impact on the planet in realtime

The skeptic in me asks how these stats are compiled, but never the less they are interesting to look at and show an insight into how much impact we’re having on the planet

Today’s metro

p62 of Metro

Zebra crossing lights

Streetworks are a necessary part of maintaining the urban landscape – lights need to be replaced, cables need to be laid and roads need to be resurfaced. Unfortunately in London, it seems that some work will begin, complete with bright orange plastic barriers, then nothing will happen for several weeks. This is a particularly annoying…

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More from Dutch Design week

Nice set of stalls that hang on the wall

Door for desk

For a couple of weeks I’ve been wanting to buy a bigger desk. I went on Ikea’s website and found a beauty – £80 including delivery. I got the tape measure out and imagined how lovely my new high gloss white desk was going to be. Then I went to Holland and visited the Instant…

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Dutch Design Week

Lamp shades that are spun according to how much sunshine there is – colour and thickness varies Nice take on the last supper My favourite exhibition by Bob Waardenburg and Marcia Nolte called Instant Design, lot’s of interesting uses of everyday objects.

Andy Warhol rejection

A friend gave me this copy of a letter to Andy Warhol. Even he was once rejected. I’ve framed this letter to remind me not to worry when sometimes things don’t go quite as planned

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