After a few months of design and development here and there, the new version of the Go Wild At The Warren website is ready to go live!
Created a new one-page website for Metamorphosis, a hair salon in Battersea.
It is a good day, Leah has just started her first proper blog post to document her new keto/paleo diet.
I’ve just moved over from the Movable Type 3 blog to the current WordPress version. It’s using the TwentyFifteen theme with a new set of colours and other tweaks to handle the dark appearance.
I am trying out Windows Live Writer to post things to my blog direct from my computer. It works!
You can get this free program from the Microsoft Windows Live Writer Download page.
Update: This was posted when I used the Movable Type blog. (2015/02/23)
Just had a cool dream that was a mixture of the most recent Doctor Who, the Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe and the Stargate SG1 episode with that one way mirror portal.
I received some more verbal diarrhoea in this issues Kemptown Rag. Quoted from the article submitted by Margot Bristow [Ma Fine Art] on 10th November 2006:
“This series of photographic images explores the concept of identity. Our identities are formed out of a subjective experience of the self, and the image that represents that self in the context we find ourselves.
In this work, 2D images are set in resin to create 3D objects. This interactive process is one which isolates an image of the self, both physically and aurally. As a deaf artist, I am exploring the effect of the absence of sound on our memories of people and place.
Through the process of setting the images in resin, the subjective identification of the individual is cut off from its source, leaving the resin objects standing as metaphors for the self. Washed up like pebbles on the beach, these fragments are cut off from sound, constrained; the identities having remade themselves in the process of re-membering and, through this, the memories have become fictitious. ”