Here is the World’s smallest stop motion animation: “Dot” is a recording made possible by Professor Fletcher’s invention of the CellScope, which is a Nokia device with a microscope attachment. The invention was the inspiration for a teeny-tiny film created by Sumo Science at Aardman. It stars a 9mm girl called Dot as she struggles through a microscopic world. All the minuscule detail was shot using … Continue reading Short short. World’s smallest stop motion animation
This is the story of how one young woman, Felicia Lo, began studying pharmacy and immediately knew it was not the career for her – but used it in her personal love: dying wools for handknits. If you love colour and textiles, you will likely enjoy this video. As Felicia says, there is a shimmer about hand-dyed wool. Continue reading Hand-dying wool: Sweet Georgia Yarns
Marimekko… colour, pattern, fabric, textiles, printed, clothes – joy! Continue reading Marimekko: a blast of colour pattern textiles
introduction to creativity blog comma and Continue reading Blog Post 830: Hello!
Here is an example of Beverley’s work: If you’d like to see more of her work, Beverley currently has an exhibition at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, called “Tidal Echoes”, until 15th September. Blind from birth, Beverley uses texture as a way of seeing. And here is a lovely 12 minute wordless video of how she find and makes the shapes: Continue reading Ceramics as touch-seeing: Beverley Bell Hughes
In this measureless moment, I can tell someone I love them; arrange that medical checkup I’ve been putting off; choose to live today fully; plan my day; pray; be thankful for this crazy carnival ride of life; wiggle my toes just for the heck of it; decide on a little treat for later; give to a charity; read an astonishing sentence in a book which … Continue reading 60 seconds: Measureless Moment
I have just met Lisa O’Neill via the internet – she is a breath of fresh air and a newfound female friend. A mum of 4 kids, lively, loving life and encouraging women to take responsibility for their own lives and happiness. Why? “I spent 25 years in the fashion industry, with all these unhappy women and they weren’t in charge of their stuff. And … Continue reading Meet a tonic: Lisa O’Neill