Sunday, September 27, 2015


Markus Brunetti spent almost a decade travelling on a 'grand tour' of Europe photographing cathedrals and other sacred buildings. In each case he shoots them from hundreds of different angles over a period of weeks or even years and then digitally assembles them to create as hyper-realistic image. Born in Bavaria to a family of builders and architects, the prints he produces are often up to three metres high. 



Turned on to TeamLab by an article some weeks back by Jan Dalley in the Financial Times. Founded in 2001 by engineer/physicist Toshiyaki Inoko, it's a group of some 300 collaborators from a huge range of disciplines. This group of 'ultra-technologists'. says Dalley, 'use digital media to create artwork that aims to rattle our perceptions and generally blow our minds. Not to mention dissolve the borders between science, technology, design and art. Loads of beautiful videos including this one: 'A Blackboard where Little People live'.

Friday, September 18, 2015


It's been almost two years since my last post as I have been working
flat out producing five issues of  two free music papers which is hard work. 
You can read all of these on-line at these two locations:

Hoping to start posting again semi-regularly. Despite no new posts am
still receiving some 3,000 hits a month, Thanks to all readers around the world.