A truly spectacular read on the art of solitude, increasingly misunderstood and rare in our age of compulsive connectivity.


These tiny shrimp-like crustaceans called ostracods have an incredible defense mechanism: when eaten by a translucent cardinalfish they release bioluminescent chemicals in an attempt to ILLUMINATE THE FISH FROM THE INSIDE. Not wanting to be eaten by predators itself, the cardinalfish immediately spits out the ostracod. [VIDEO]


"I use the word experimental to describe my practice but that may be a bit of a misleading term, as I think the word has taken on a different meaning in the context of art."—Tara Donovan


What were once street lights lights become a highway to another dimension.



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In June I had the HUGE honour of speaking at the prestigious The DO Lectures! "Give the talk that you don’t normally do. Give the talk that scares you" - I did exactly that, looked at the silly lil’ things that make me ‘me’.

It was the most incredible event and It’s still inspiring me now, thank you for having me DO! Hit the play button above to give the talk a watch, I hope you like!

N.B There’s some excitable swearing going on, I’m sorry about that!


Can This Chairless Chair for Your Butt Make You More Productive?

Sitting is killing us. Or wait, maybe it’s standing. Yes, standing can be unhealthy, too. That’s according to the designers of the “chairless chair,” a half-stand, half-sit piece of furniture that will make life less terrible for workers who carry out long shifts on their feet. By taking weight off the joints and lower back, Swiss industrial design house Noonee contends that the chairless chair will decrease fatigue and increase productivity.

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