Was meant to post this about a week ago but hey ho! The random cat decided to keep Conor and myself company whilst writing our dissertations…
Illustrations by Eiko Ojala. Stunning.
No idea how I have not seen this before. It is just brilliant.
Inspired by the mountains surrounding Fedrigoni’s paper mill in Verona, Italy, these Paper mountains were created in Fedrigoni’s London Showroom to showcase their paper. Each mountain peak is made and named after Fedrigoni’s large range of white papers.
Just came across a website that sums up everything I would like in my future home. Procrastination is all i can say.
Irish man making Irish coffee on bonfire night. They went down a treat!
Luke Sital-Singh in Truro
Found out last minute that Luke Sital-Singh, George Ezra and Sam Fender were playing a free gig at Nightjar in Truro. Really good night, fingers crossed there are more to come!
Hats, jumpers and thick socks! Love this time of year, exciting times ahead!
Meet Jack English, a 93-year-old legend who lives in a cabin isolated deep in the Ventana Wilderness, California.
While on a hunting trip he learned that an old homestead was put up for sale by the estate of a childless heiress. He bid on the property and won. On the land he built a small cabin using materials from the land and milling trees by hand. When his wife passed away, Jack effectively left “society” and moved to the cabin full time.
Filmed by Grace Jackson.
Tangential Thinking - Wieden + Kennedy
This campaign covers Honda products and innovations across cars, power equipment, bikes and marine. It aims to explain how Honda’s approach to solving engineering problems leads to innovative solutions. It’s all about their belief in ‘the power of dreams’.
Decided to go for an evening swim at Maenporth! Never been there before and was pleasantly surprised. Will be heading there more often in future!
The above is such a flattering photo, ‘love meh’.
Once A Day, Observe The Ordinary
Decided to set myself a task…
Once a day stop and take a second look at an ordinary situation that I would normally look at only once (or not at all). Be curious about the things we take for granted. Go out into the world and be inspired by people and the environment.
As simple as it may sound, a lot of things can arise. Going to make a little project of it.
Project Wild Thing
As I was looking for topics to base my final year work on, I came across the issue of why children’s relationship with nature is in decline. My research led me to this video, in my opinion it is spot on.