So we lost David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Maurice White recently (amongst others of course), but what remains are their anthologies of timeless music. Their deaths have made a lot of us re-visit those great old songs, but even without the recent losses you could hear ‘September’ daily on a holiday booking advert in the UK… Read More Will We Be Playing Today’s Music In 40 Years?
Legendary musician dies age 57. What a year. 😦
In case you possibly forgot….
Keren Rosen likes a good play on words and she creates humorous images off the back of it. Have a look-see. Any favourites? Mine are stealing someone’s thunder, paper jam and the wandering mind! See more of Keren’s art here.
Suraj Sirohi adds doodles to everyday pics just for shizz and giggles. Quite fun. Faves? I’m going for dog getting shaved, hypnotised dog having bone stolen and little piglets buffing tomatoes as that is indeed the reality of what happens to your tomatoes. Fact. Update: Actually every time I look again I have a new… Read More Meet Another Doodle Bug
It always amazes me that when you think that they have probably done all they can with design in certain areas, someone always flips the script and says, ‘Hey! What if we…?’ Ellinor Ericsson an upcoming designer hailing from Sweden has done that with seating and her tactile giant cross stitch furniture. It’s conversation piece… Read More Striking Design
Artist Gretchen Röehrs completes her beautiful fashion sketches with food items. She plays with colours and shapes and different food types to create the flow and curves of the body shape and dresses. Beyond cool. What do you think? Favourites? _____________________________________________________________________________________ Gretchen Röehrs
Joey Tempest had written a song. He played the demo to his Bandmates Europe (remember them?) and it was laughed out of the room. They thought it was ridiculous. The song was The Final Countdown which went on to be number one across the globe in 25 countries and can still be heard today cropping… Read More Crap Ideas
Marvin Gaye wanted to move away from sweet innocent love songs and provide commentary on the turmoil happening in the inner cities of the USA in the 1970’s. Highly successful record company supremo Berry Gordy wasn’t feeling it. He refused to back Marvin Gaye’s creative growth and Gaye had to go on strike for creative… Read More Crap Ideas