Whiteboard Animation

This is a video that caught my attention. Its very well made stop motion animation of a “Maker vs Marker”. This is very similar process to what I have done in my work.


Amazing Anamorphic Illusions!

Here is a video that I found that has a cool illusion. Have a look!


Check out my magazine I have designed. This is a magazine that I had to design for one of my uni projects. It combines both rugby and film into one publication. This page here is one of my interviews for the film part of the magazine. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE…

Burger Grease Art

This may be a strange and quite disgusting video, but it is very intresting that you can make Art out of greace from burgers. Phil Hansen makes this portrait from scratch, check it out.

Art In A Cup

This is a video that i though was very interesting to watch. It show that having a coffee you can make art in a cup before you drink it. After watching this i am now interested in it and want to try it out for myself.

Kenzo Tanga

Kenzo Tanga is a Japanese Architect. He one of the most significant architect of the 20th Century. Tange was also an influential protagonist of the structuralist movement. He said: “It was, I believe, around 1959 or at the beginning of the sixties that I began to think about what I was later to call structuralism”, (cited in Plan 2/1982, Amsterdam). Tange gained international recognition in 1949 when he won the competition for the design of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. His university studies on urbanism put him in an ideal position to handle redevelopment projects after the Second World War. His ideas were explored in designs for Tokyo and Skopje. Tange’s work influenced a generation of architects across the world. Kenzo Tanga won the Pritzker Price in 1987 for his Architecture. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE…

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Metropolitan Museum Of Art

This is the Metropolitan Museum Of Art one of my favorite Art Design Venues. It is known as The Met, is located on the eastern edge of central Park. The Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded in 1870 by a group of American citizens. The founders included businessmen and financiers, as well as leading artists and thinkers of the day, who wanted to open a museum to bring art and art education to the American people. It opened on February 20, 1872, and was originally located at 681 Fifth Avenue. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE…

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