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19/03/2012

5 Things learned and observed at Creators Project 2012, San Francisco:

5 Things learned and observed at Creators Project 2012, San Francisco:

This past weekend I went to the Creators Project in Fort Mason, San Francisco. Here are some quick observations from the talks and installations. – Meredith Valiando, co-founder of the DigiTour, stressed that when it comes to building online audiences,…

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18/01/2012

15 Observations from CES 2012

15 Observations from CES 2012

MBSF’s Nick and Scott headed down to CES in Vegas last week. Here’s a beginners guide to what went down, and some eye-witness footage of the highlights everyone is talking about: 1/ Gesture based UI is going to play a…

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03/01/2012

Some gained references from 2011

Some gained references from 2011

Looking back at some of my gained references, 2011 was a brilliant year. Wim Wenders showed how 3D can be used to create a theatrical space with his film Pina. Nicolas Winding Refn charmed the creative industry with his arty…

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18/11/2011

The object lover in a digital age

The object lover in a digital age

Grayson Perry pays tribute to past anonymous craftsmen by making their work relevant to todays contemporary society. His curated exhibition at the British Museum showcases a selection of their artifacts alongside his own art which deals with similar topics. Perry…

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07/09/2011

Thoughts on mindscaping, moonlighting and daydreams.

Thoughts on mindscaping, moonlighting and daydreams.

When MB discovered an exhibition showcasing Alan Fletcher and his iconic publication ‘The Art of Looking Sideways’ just across the road at Kemistry Gallery we couldn’t help but go in and have a nosey around. The exhibition celebrates the 10…

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31/08/2011

Hungary’s photographic legacy

Hungary’s photographic legacy

A shout to everyone interested in photography out there to go and see ‘Eyewitness: Hungarian photography in the 20th Century‘ showing at the Royal Academy of the Arts. A brilliant display of how Hungarian photography has left an ‘enduing legacy…

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27/07/2011

Talk to me

Talk to me

The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York launched a new exhibition on Sunday – ‘Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects.’ It includes nearly 200 projects highlighting the various ways objects help people interact…

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25/05/2011

The Makers

The Makers

This weekend’s Maker Faire was a pleasantly surprising event. According to Wikipedia, Maker Faire is “an event created by Make Magazine to ‘celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset”. Cue the crafty nerds and eccentrics, right?…

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26/01/2011

Admiration for Norman Rockwell

Admiration for Norman Rockwell

The other week I went to see the Norman Rockwell’s America at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London. I was stunned by his brilliance. Not only did he master sublime technical skill but also had amazing wit to portray…

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11/01/2011

Holiday Highlights

Holiday Highlights

I was lucky enough to spend the holiday season in New York, so braving the blizzard that brought the city to a standstill, I headed out to the New Museum in the Lower East Side. The museum is worth a…

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