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Up Yours Copper By Death Machines of London

Staring down the wind

Let’s get one thing out the way right away. I am not a designer. Not any more. I strayed from that path many years ago. But that doesn’t…

Photo of Lofoten Islands in Norway by Ivan Bertona

This is Norway

When people hear that I used to live in Norway, I can pretty much guarantee what they’ll say next. “Wasn’t it expensive?” “Don’t they pay a lot of…

Photo of a bird flying in the sky by Samuel Zeller

The weight

The weight is off your shoulders that much is clear to see you’ve shed your tears you’ve broken out running wild fin-ally   You’ve cut the cord that…

Photo of Prague by Ryan Lum

The 3 most powerful words in the English language

I have a confession. Although I am English and speak English, I didn’t understand much of my own language until I hit my early twenties. I got a…

Photo of Lee and Ava

What every new dad needs to know about poo

So you’re having a baby! You’re going to be a new dad. That’s brilliant news. I’m sure you’ll make a great dad. As soon as you announce it,…

Photo of a man sitting on a bench checking his phone by RC Cipriani - https://unsplash.com/photos/UldEou9GdqI

Hooked on Facebook? Here’s why…

I read a book once. “100 things every designer needs to know about people” by Dr Susan M. Weinschenk, the Brain Lady. It was fascinating. It was practical…

Photo of a sign post in Norwich by Lee Carnihan

Photos of Norwich

The Big C is a charity based in Norwich. They support people with cancer. They’ve been doing that for thirty-five years and I wanted to do something to show…

Photo of the night sky by Max McKinnon

A moment of inspiration

A good friend said to me today that we should hold each other accountable. I said I’d rather inspire him. We were talking about helping each other. How…

Photo of Singapore at night by Lee Aik Soon

What the future looks like

Imagining what the future looks like and what it might be like to live there has always had a special place in my heart.  I loved watching Star…

Photo of snow covered trees

A tale of ice and snow

I looked out the window. The sea was a few thousand feet below me. It looked black and impenetrable. But I could still make out a pattern. Ragged…