Tag Archives: London

S-wish List #005: Bus o’ Clock App

For once, I lust after something that’s entirely free – free and beautiful. Sennep’s Bus o’ Clock app takes the data from TfL (made available by London Datastore) to indicate bus arrival times across the network. Bus Checker and others … Continue reading

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Google in Meatspace

I love the work of Berg – I love the little printer, the SVK comic – I love the way they communicate abstract digital ideas in the real world, in things, in videos of things in the real world – … Continue reading

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Rain Again. Again.

Possibly inspired by last year’s wet weather, or an equally damp festive trip home to the North – I put my Print Club screen printing gift to use yesterday. Learning to expose the image onto the screen in the morning, … Continue reading

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Rain Again

After the second wettest year on record, a visit to Random International’s Rain Room installation at the Barbican seemed an apt way to begin 2013. I’ve never felt more British – happy to queue for a couple of hours in … Continue reading

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Daphne Oram – Wave Forms

A delightful little exhibition at the Science Museum charting the origins of electronic music. Without this woman, there’d be no Kraftwerk or Aphex Twin. Who knew? Daphne Oram – Nice [Aphex] Twin set Painting wave forms onto film she manipulated … Continue reading

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Ken Garland, Galy Tots at Kemistry Gallery

A little gathering of Ken Garland’s work with Galt Toys at Kemistry left me feeling like a kid in a toy shop. Toys AND graphics AND some really thoughtful design. A real joy. Connect is one of my favourites. Ever. … Continue reading

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Waste Not – Dong Song

Dong Song’s Waste Not is a tribute to his mother and the frugal culture of a Chinese generation. A careful hoarder of all objects that may ever be of future use (i.e everything) Song has neatly placed all his mother’s … Continue reading

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