One of the most inspiring manifestos ever! The magic of Bruce Mau’s words

A friend of mine handed me a copy of Bruce Mau's incomplete manifesto for growth 15 years ago. These words have probably had the biggest influence on how I built the organisation and its philosophy. I wanted to share this with anyone who hasn't read it yet. An incomplete manifesto for growth 1. Allow events... Continue Reading →

Design Secrets: 5 things a client really wants in a branding project

 An article I recently wrote for a design journal which looks at the design and branding process from a client's point of view.   Clients who require branding and assigning in our hands the one thing that’s closest and dearest to them-their business venture.They breathe and live the concept and are completely committed to that... Continue Reading →

Great blend of architecture and fashion

  Hotel The Exchange is an independent fashion hotel in central Amsterdam that playfully weaves together fashion and architecture in unique rooms ranging from one to five stars. At Hotel The Exchange fashion meets architecture in the most unexpected and inspiring way. Rooms are dressed like models by young designers from the Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFI),... Continue Reading →

The effect of inflation on superheroes: info graphic

   What a cool idea to explore! The effect of inflation on superheroes!! Emil Lendof, Bob AlGreene and Nina Frazier  look at how inflation could have affected superheroes. They look at the cost of their lifestyles from when they were first created and the equivalent cost today. The Price of Being a Superhero Infographic | The Coolector.

Desks Made of Salvaged Airplane Parts

Really cool looking desks, I'd love on of these desks. Lovely idea!! The structure and forms are to die for.   California-based company MotoArt designs striking furniture pieces made from iconic aircraft. More sculpture than industrial design, MotoArt brings function, history, and a sense of eclecticism to their pieces. On top of that, their commitment... Continue Reading →

Trend spotting: 3D printed fracture casts for the future

What a brilliant idea for a boring product with so many issues!! 3D-printed casts for fractured bones could replace the usual bulky, itchy and smelly plaster or fibreglass ones in this conceptual project by Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill. The prototype Cortex cast is lightweight, ventilated, washable and thin enough to fit under... Continue Reading →

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