Notes from the Bridge

June 17, 2014

Top 5 Winning Exhibition Design Tips

Tips to creating a winning exhibition stand design from the Bridge.

June 20, 2014

Designing Communications with MS Office

Designing communications for clients using whilst using MS Office.

January 7, 2014

Modular Ideas – They Pop Up Everywhere

A selection of stories from Friday night’s telly featured Meccano, sandbags…

December 3, 2011

Pavilions of Creativity

The red pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery 2010 by French architect Jean Nouvel converted into an Xmas card. Both are utterly unrestrained in their singular use of red…

December 6, 2013

Favourite Slogans

Okay – here’s a little slogan quiz. Below is a list of brands, companies and organisations, see if you can guess the slogans?

May 4, 2012

Has Lehrer nailed creativity?

Jonah Lehrer’s new book, Imagine: How creativity works claims to describe the cognitive process behind creativity so that it can be understood, learned and nurtured. Is this the stand-out work that finally nails the creative process? I have not read the book yet, so I cannot say. However, I have read many reviews (see links below), I have listened to […]

January 6, 2014

Take Me To The Bridge

The Bridge returned for a second series on Saturday. As in the first series, the Oresund Bridge linking Sweden…

March 9, 2012

What to do with Battersea Power Station?

The March issue of Icon magazine has nominated Battersea Power Station as its ‘icon of the month’. It is described as: ‘Solitary, decaying and useless, a favourite derelict building standing proud and aloof amid legal wrangling, property speculation and the soulless transformation of it surrounding.’ At the moment the building is back on the market, so perhaps now is a […]

March 2, 2012

Fabergé Creative Eggs

200 artists and jewellers have been asked to decorate giant eggs for the world’s largest egg hunt in London. (www.thebigegghunt.co.uk) We’ve had cows in London and we’ve had Gormley’s statues – now we have eggs. Has sequestering yet more art amongst the squares and buildings of London lost its novelty value? Perhaps, but I think there is still creative life […]

January 11, 2012

A Glowing Tribute to Concrete

  Eating lunch in the ‘Concrete’ cafe at the Hayward Gallery, my attention was directed toward a cement mixer bolted to a concrete ledge; part of the endless dull-grey escarpment that forms the South Bank Centre…

February 7, 2012

Print-a-Snack

We may soon be printing our own prepared meals at home – according to Icon magazine’s article ‘Digital Food’ (February 2012). Imagine whipping up your favorite meal at the touch of a button…

October 20, 2013

Who Rules the Road?

We need rules for the road – don’t we? Rules control traffic for our safety, they prioritise usage for …

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