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Nick Deakin's cheerful designs for Sheffield Children's Hospital

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Rachael Steven
Illustrator and designer Nick Deakin has created a new series of murals for the eye department at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, which aim to brighten up treatment rooms and make clinical assessments less daunting. Deakin’s artworks are the latest in a series commissioned for the hospital by Artfelt, and form part of a wider plan to transform its patient spaces using art and design.
Deakin’s illustrations have been applied to 14 rooms […]

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New book documents Nike's running heritage

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Rachael Steven
Marketing agency Ignifi has designed a new book for Nike documenting the history of the brand and its running heritage. The publication covers the making of its famous swoosh, the story behind its name and the invention of key products from Pegasus to Air, with photography, letters and sketches from Nike’s archives.
There is no Finish Line: The Nike Running Story was commissioned by Nike’s Ekin team, to give to Running […]

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Hiroshima mon amour’s Unforgettable Opening

July 27th, 2015|0 Comments

When Hiroshima mon amour, directed by Alain Resnais and written by Marguerite Duras, was released in 1959, it sent shock waves through the film world. It was clear, even from its first frames, that this modernist masterpiece was inventing a new . . .

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Read more here:: Hiroshima mon amour’s Unforgettable Opening

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Marijke Buurlage

July 27th, 2015|0 Comments

By Dave
Lovely work from Marijke Buurlage, an artist living and working in the Netherlands. With a love for animals and plants she crafts vibrant landscapes and precious moments that appear to be frozen in time. Many of her illustrations can be found gracing the covers of books and magazines along with posters and prints. Explore her world further at marijkebuurlage.com

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Getting too many notifications of Periscope broadcasts? New ‘mute’ feature limits the noise

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Trevor Mogg If you’re an avid Periscope viewer but feel a little put upon when notifications from an over-enthusiastic user pop up on your phone a little too often, the live-streaming app’s latest feature helps quieten things down.
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Two Weeks After Content Policy Update, Reddit’s Head of Community, Jessica Moreno, Has Left the Company

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Noah Kulwin Moreno is the fourth senior female employee to leave the company in less than a month. Read more here:: Two Weeks After Content Policy Update, Reddit’s Head of Community, Jessica Moreno, Has Left the Company

Startups — Legal Matters: Controlling Digital Assets

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Kathy Ossian
Over the past three months, I have addressed key legal fundamentals in launching a new business venture, ways to protect your “public face” with customer agreements and balancing big data and privacy. This month, I discuss maintaining control over your […]

Google+ cuts its ties with YouTube, but don’t delete your account yet

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

By Williams Pelegrin Google announced that it will separate Google+ from YouTube, so users can upload videos and comment without the need for a Google+ account. However, if you have a YouTube channel, it would be a huge mistake to delete your Google+ […]