creativehouses:

Lakeside Sunroom
mojo_filter:


It’s being used as a sleeping sunroom in this pictures, but it’s actually a prefab greenhouse/garden shed. More info on the designers and pictures here.

creativehouses:

Lakeside Sunroom

mojo_filter:

It’s being used as a sleeping sunroom in this pictures, but it’s actually a prefab greenhouse/garden shed. More info on the designers and pictures here.

 
Interesting Interactive Piece…
Is it saying that law does not apply when you are inside this space!? Would love to watch this exhibition space!
What would you do if there were no rules!?? Interesting thought…

Interesting Interactive Piece…

Is it saying that law does not apply when you are inside this space!? Would love to watch this exhibition space!

What would you do if there were no rules!?? Interesting thought…

 

Jumping on the Fearne Cotton bandwagon… love this!

(Source: Spotify)

The only way art materials should be packaged! 

The only way art materials should be packaged! 

 

If 3 Little Girls Did This To My House, I'd Do Everything I Could To Get Them Full Rides To Stanford

National cupcake week: the maddest cupcakes around - Telegraph

£90 for a cupcake!???

Understanding Newspapers!

Browsing the internet, I look at many different newspaper websites with no particular following to any one of them. As I start to post them to my blog or Facebook, I want to be aware of the connotations each paper brings with it ie. which political party is it associated with? How does that affect its content? 

The Telegraph - Conservative (Nicknamed ‘Torygraph’) (centre-right)

The Guardian -  ’The newspaper’s reputation as a platform for liberal and left-wing opinions has led to the use of the epithet “Guardian reader” as a label for people holding such views’

The Observer - Sunday version of The Guardian. (since 1791 - old!!)

The Independent - Supposed to be just that! But also described as ‘leaning to the left’ and therefore in direct competition with the Guardian for readership. 

The designer/artist in me also found this interesting! -  ’known for its unorthodox and campaigning front pages, which frequently rely on bold images, graphics or lists rather than traditional headlines and written news content’

The i -  A mini-independant, the 20p newspaper was ‘designed for people who do not have much time to read a newspaper’

The Times - Centre-Right, Moderately Conservative; described as ‘Perhaps the most famous of Britain’s quality newspapers’…

(http://www.thepaperboy.com/uk/uk-newspaper-guide.cfm )

(BBC guide)

creativehouses:

Cozy Attic

creativehouses:

Cozy Attic

beingblog:

#Nantucketproject (at White Elephant Village)

beingblog:

#Nantucketproject (at White Elephant Village)

the world begins at the limits of our skin

Robert Morris