Every now and then I rediscover something awesome, and realise I actually mean that everyone should see it. This one is awesome even if you’re not a fan of Daft Punk. I just love it!
As some of you might know, I went to the Dare Conference this week to have a talk about some of the struggles I’ve gone through the last few years and how I’ve coped with them. I had a great time at the conference, and met a lot of new awesome people. There are many
Ord er litt fattige akkurat nå, men her er mine favorittbilder fra i gårkveld, som jeg fant på kameraet i dag. Det ble mye roser, men helt ærlig så er det de som går mest inn på meg i dag. Regnet vasket vekk det vonde, den flotte klokkenisten vår fikk Rådhusklokkene til å runge så
Man kan si mye om barn og dingser. Man kan være så skeptisk man bare vil om press på at man “må” ha sånn og sånn. Man kan være så redd som mulig for alt mulig. Det finnes jo mye skummelt der ute. Jeg har også mange kvaler og tankerog håp om at barna fortsatt leker
Stefan Sagmeister is one of the designers that makes me think simply by opening his mouth. I don’t always understand his work. Sometimes I even find it frustrating, and I find it disagrees with my view of design. But when he gives talks, he’s one of the more inspiring design thinkers. His philosophy is what
“I have never had ethical clients.” – Ken Garland, author of the original First Things First manifesto to a room full of students of Graphic Design today. Ken Garland came to Bournemouth today as a guest lecturer. He had lunch with the graphics staff, and stayed with the students for a good couple hours at