Monthly Archive: August 2014

7 Days To Die: My diary of how [not] to survive the zombie apocalypse

Day 1. I find myself in the woods, the sun is shining through the trees, a rabbit hops past and a deer, its like a scene from Bambi. This isn’t so bad really, its just like going camping. Oh my…
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Frank Lloyd Wright: A Future Civilization’s Cautionary Architect

Frank Lloyd Wright, arguably the best known and most influential architect of the modern age. Even if you are politely clueless, he is someone whose work you would have seen unconsciously, most notably through film. Most recently its transpired his…
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5 ways to combat the hype

Product hype can be the equivalent of waking up early on Christmas morning, rushing down to open your presents, hoping for a new console, game or bike and finding every present is socks and underwear (you know you are old…
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Robin Williams: 1951-2014

Art in whatever form its presented is the only tangible magic humanity experiences every day, its ability to transport us, listening to music, looking at a painting or to make us care about characters and forget we are watching imaginary…
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Outlander: Outlandishly Entertaining

Rob Roy collides with Downton Abbey by way of Back to the Future in this multi period drama from Starz. I have become more and more impressed with Starz efforts, Spartacus as much of a guilty pleasure as it was,…
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5 underground EDM bands that make Daft Punk seem lazy

  In the spirit of unbiased award-winning music journalism, this is just my opinion on a bunch of bands I like.   Daft Punk are one of those iconic outfits that helped  popularize Electronic Dance Music worldwide. From their catchy…
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6 reasons Guardians of the Galaxy heralds the comic book movie implosion

Oh that tagline, “That guy must really hate comics or movies, or comic book movies.” you think to yourself. I spent two hours drawing Rocket Raccoon, I can’t be that hateful. I have a long history, a love affair or…
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Sharknado 2: Shart Weak

  What the hell is going on? Sharknado, the inexplicably successful, “deliberately so bad its good” movie gets a sequel. Asylum (somehow) makes it’s coin from shilling no to low-budget knock offs of blockbusters in the hope that people grab…
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Com Truise : Surfing Nostalgia’s Synthwaves

We are a culture constantly recycling and reinventing itself. When we look back to our immediate past we wonder with horror “What were we thinking?” After putting decades between ourselves and the past we look back with longing. This is…
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