Posts Tagged ‘DIY’
How to make your own stamps
How to make your own stamps

…of making the stamps for A Knitter’s Manifesto feat. valley views, Welsh blues and greens, and homemade stamp glue.

::: framework250 compilations ready to ship :::

Framework is one of the longest-running field-recording radio shows that I know of. Patrick McGinley – the creative force behind the Framework radio show and the Murmerings website – is one of the most consistent makers and producers that I’ve met, and the longevity and sustained quality of Framework make it my favourite radio show. […]


I SPY in the country has become my most entrusted creative companion. For the past month I haven’t left the house without it, and my knowledge of the countryside around Oxfordshire and Berkshire has genuinely broadened through organising interviews and visits connected with investigating all the items contained within its beautiful, vintage pages. I was […]

Monkl’s Review of Love is Awesome

Usually – at least according to Monkl – there are not enough bananas in modern Art shows. So when Monkl came to Love is Awesome, he took a banana along with him and put it there. Then he knew it was going to be a good show. Monkl loves his knitted banana: to his mind […]

The Anti Valentine

Some of my friends call Valentine’s day VD, which is always remeniscent (and deliberately so, I think) of Venereal Disease. Sexually transmitted diseases are just one of the hazards of falling in love; other consequences can include massive heartache when love goes wrong, the devastation of finding out The One is not The One and […]

poster competition

I have just received an email from the Oxford Brookes University annual poster competition, calling for entries. Entrants can put in any poster they have designed themselves, for consideration within the competition. The guidelines concerning the nature of the poster are somewhat vague: PLEASE ATTACH A SHORT (APPROX 250 WORDS) ABSTRACT OUTLINING THE WORK TO […]

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