Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

The Creators Project

image courtesy of The Creators Projects

"The Creators Project is a new network dedicated to the celebration of creativity and culture across media, and around the world."

For those of you who liked the short film PIXELS by Patrick Jean that I posted earlier this month, you might be interested in venturing down to The London Creators Project Party next month. The event will feature a whole host of innovative short films, all presented alongside a myriad of other creative beasts.

Check. It. Out. HERE.

"The Creators Project is coming to London and bringing with it a celebratory assemblage of musicians, artists, designers, panelists and filmmakers. The festivities kick off 17 July and will feature live performances from Mark Ronson, Filthy Dukes, Kele Okereke, Trevor Jackson, Yuck and Hudson Mohawke among many others. Attendees will also get to experience exhibitions, film screenings, and multimedia installations including work from Spike Jonze, The Animal Collective, United Visual Artists."

Saturday, 12 June 2010

It has begun...

image courtesy of trendhunter

Find more world cup posters, created by ESPN and New York ad agency Wieden + Kennedy, HERE.
[If anything, promise me you will go on Wieden + Kennedy's website. It really is raaaaaad.]

Go England!

Friday, 11 June 2010


Danielle LaPorte = some kind of mage.

Click HERE for inspiration on what to do when you feel like your energy's running away from you...

Thursday, 3 June 2010

UK Young Artists Deadline

Less than two weeks to apply!

For those of you who may not have addressed this blur of colour in your inbox...

image courtesy of UK Young Artists

Click on the image to see a larger version [where it is possible to actually read the text], or alternatively more info=HERE.

Your deadline to apply is Monday 14 June.
¿Comprende usted?

Wednesday, 2 June 2010


Friday evening. Off to the big smoke to see a piece from Chickenshed.

My friend Anthony is studying there, and I've not seen him perform since waaay back in the day. Ahh, the Performing Arts block...

"Chickenshed is a theatre company. We work using an inclusive creative process which means everyone is welcome, and everyone is valued. Not many places are for everyone and anyone - so a lot of people who find themselves unwelcome elsewhere in the world, come to us. Chickenshed runs Children's and Youth Theatre workshops for 600 people, education courses for over 100 students, community outreach projects and a network of satellite 'Sheds' across the country (and two in Russia) so even more can benefit. Every extraordinary piece of theatre created at Chickenshed shouts out the same thing: anyone can thrive in an environment where everyone is welcome.

words courtesy of Chickshed

Aye, aye.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010


film of PIXELS courtesy of Patrick Jean