A bunch of stuff that I’ve preferred being distracted by than what is normally scheduled on the black panel in the corner of the living room.
From the epic build of a Pinball simulator to the epic build of the eden project, these are five things I’ve been enjoying over the past week.
From primitive tools to web dev tools and beyond these are five things I’ve been enjoying over the past week.
Due South Fashion Agency, founded by Sarah Epstein and Holly Buxton, is the exclusive Australian importer of a number of high end fashion labels for distribution in boutiques across the Australian market. The team from Due South were heading to an international trade show in Europe with the task of […]
We created a series of typographic post cards to promote Samara’s, new, ‘editorial portraiture’ service. Together with Sam, we workshopped a number of literary quotations, common sayings, movie lines and song lyrics to arrive at the a series of post cards that spoke directly to Samara’s intended audience. I’ve worked […]
Another simple Photoshop tip. This time on the use of shape layers in your design workflow. This is my first ever ‘Screen cast’ so please be gentle. I must say, I do like this as a way of creating tutorials and hope to do more in the near future. Anyway, click […]
Following on from the last post, some more found images of street art, though more street than art, I love these disused rail cars. Broken windows and window down pieces and throw-ups. Shot from a moving train on the way to Venice from Geneva, these vandalised train cars make me […]
Sorting through photos from years back, I stumbled across these old pics from a street art exhibition we went to on London’s Southbank. We take so many photos but never really seem to look back on them. I think that’s one of the things I like best about android is […]
Be they real or imagined, Lego or photoshopped, space, spaceships, robots & space suits are awesome. Enjoy!
Naming your layers in Photoshop is a no-brainer. I don’t need to tell you this, you just have to do it. The good news is you can name layers by simply tabbing through them like you would a web form. Too Easy! Double click the first layer title, rename, tab, […]