Monthly Archives: January 2012

Practice in context the intent in accident…

Interviews being set up each day now..  crucial feedback to follow. Newart 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 all well under way, some nearly finished and to include an array of  by-products. Printmaking… rainbows…  furniture/ CNC shopbot jointing, 2d … Continue reading

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Rainbowville

Found this oh so very vibrant link, everything rainbow, witness your heart surge with joy and freedom?.. http://www.upontherainbow.com/

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So what is this search all about?

The search for The Art of Utopia?… Well, it’s about anti discrimination. Blending borders. Beating Boredom. Baking?. Its about taking charge. Talking the walk. Walking the plank. Its about transparency and obscurity, fear and oppression, love and devotion. About all … Continue reading

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Glasgow School of Art

Enquiry has been made, questionair at the ready, really looking forward to hearing the philosophy behind the head of design’s stratergy.. Watch this space for interview feedback as we explore the Zeitgeist in the search for The Art of Utopia… … Continue reading

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Act your shoe size! Think rainbow wise

..As children we may well be astonished by them. As adults we forget to truly behold their magic! ?

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And the rainbow is for?

So what is the rainbow for? When asked, three design students came up with these responses: “To show us colour” “to remind us of the wonder of life” “to make us smile”… A lecturer in Design added: “It has no … Continue reading

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Progress

Interviews are under way with practitioners and public alike. Interesting and useful information is cropping up all the time. I have recently been in contact with Design Museum London and will be looking forward to some info there to come whereby I … Continue reading

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