Tag Archives: art and design

Random Things Online (Part 1)

In the last post I intended to provide links to a random assortment of online sites. Somehow I got distracted and instead focused on creativity. Today I am back to my original idea but with a slight twist. Yes, the links … Continue reading

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Random Ideas and Creativity

Today I had planned on posting links to a random assortment of online sites that have recently caught my eye – a continuation of a post from last week by one of my fellow bloggers. I began to compile a … Continue reading

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Design: A Beginner’s Handbook

This is a first for us. Yes, an outright request. If you appreciate all of the information provided by this blog, then please consider purchasing Design: A Beginner’s Handbook, the ebook that is at the center of all our investigations. … Continue reading

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Jelly Buildings and Waterfalls of Chocolate: Bompas and Parr

Sam Bompas and Harry Parr are two incredibly prolific English artist/designers who collaborate to create stand alone sculptures and large installations. Nearly all their many artworks use food as a primary material and are designed to engage our sense of … Continue reading

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A Map As Big As the World

Where do ideas come from? What do you look at for inspiration? Maps have always intrigued me. Growing up I accepted that the maps I studied in school were exact representations of the lands they described. It never occurred to … Continue reading

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