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Posted on 10 February 2009

Joris Laarman

Posted in ARTS  designer index 

Like Tord Boontje, Joris attended the Eindhoven Design Academy.

Posted on 20 December 2008

Magnificence of the Tsars

Posted in ARTS  exhibitions 

It is wonderful that there is space for an exhibition of this kind and the V&A is the ideal location; it is after all a rather idiosyncratic subject and if I had not seen it I would know less than nothing about court dress in Russia.

Posted on 15 September 2008

Addicted to TV?

Posted in ARTS 

Television is a blessing; if you are in the mood then nothing can beat an evening on the sofa watching your favourite programme. It has also been hailed as a great educator.

Posted on 12 September 2008

Praying for Sleep by Jeffery Deaver

Posted in ARTS 

Jeffery Deaver is a prolific writer with around 30 novels to his credit. Best known for The Bone Collector he is an accomplished crime / thriller writer who has worked as a journalist and a practising lawyer.

Posted on 07 May 2008

focused on the future

Posted in LINKEDIN 

After I graduated from the Design Communications department in the 1970s I spent a further year at the college on the academic staff before founding of my own design consultancy.

Posted on 03 May 2008

State of Fear by Michael Crichton

Posted in reading  WORDS 

Crichton is an interesting character; he has created two powerful franchises, Jurassic Park and ER, one drawing on his keen life-long interest in science and the other his knowledge as a qualified MD.

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