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Survival Horror RE:Invented

Published in Arts & Entertainment
on Jan 25, 2019 by Tim Marner™

Let’s set the scene. It’s 1998. THAT Celine Dion song is topping the charts and cinemas classics like Saving Private Ryan and The Truman Show are about to hit the big screen. Capcom releases the second instalment of its critically acclaimed survival horror franchise Resident Evil (or Biohazard if you’re Japanese). 

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Reinventing the Wheel...chair

Published in Design Inspiration
on Jan 17, 2019 by Tim Marner™

The $4 million Mobility Unlimited Challenge supports radical improvements in the mobility and independence of people with lower-limb paralysis through smarter assistive technology. 

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Veganuary, Stay Off The Grass!

Published in Business Direction
on Jan 16, 2019 by Tim Marner™

Veganuary is worth a whopping £572 Million. Five-Seven-Two Million. That’s a lot of dosh for a charity that’s only been around 5 years. But what are the implications of participating in a trend?

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Your Followers Aren't Going to be the Same on Every Platform

Published in Education & Training
on Jan 04, 2019 by Tim Marner™

Cowboy or gangsta, international or gringo, old and boooring or young and exciting; consumers come in all shapes, sizes, and age brackets...

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“Oh Yes, I’m a Phone Zombie. I Better Join the Army Quick!”

Published in Adverts
on Jan 03, 2019 by Tim Marner™

Loathe it or loathe it, the new advertising campaign for the Army is crap. So we talk through some of the finer points of the advert and why it is destined to fail miserably...

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Think Big, Start Small, Begin Now

Published in Business Direction
on Dec 29, 2018 by Tim Marner™

This is the beginning of anything that you want. The question is how badly do you want it?

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Yu Miyazaki; Artist Profile

Published in Design Inspiration
on Dec 12, 2018 by Tim Marner™

Yu Miyazaki is a graphic designer based in Tokyo, we can't find much information on him but we did stumble across this set of posters for Kobo Abe plays. We're loving the photography and design on these so had to share, even if we can't understand what they say!

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Who Designed Queens Logo?

Published in Design Inspiration
on Dec 12, 2018 by Tim Marner™

Perhaps one of the most recognisable brand logos of the modern era for perhaps one of the biggest bands of the modern era. Queen’s logo has been incorporate rated into their image since their very  first album and is almost as recognisable as Freddie’s yellow jacket and handlebar moustache... 

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Understanding The Direct vs. Brand Marketing Conflict

Published in Business Direction
on Dec 03, 2018 by Tim Marner™

Direct response and brand marketing have very different goals in mind, which can be seriously fookin confusing for start ups and small businesses who are just starting to explore what their marketing options are...

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FiLMic Pro Mobile App

Published in Video
on Nov 30, 2018 by Tim Marner™

All of the features of professional video camera at 1/1000 the price...

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Free Friday's

Published in Promotions
on Nov 16, 2018 by Tim Marner™

If you’ve been following our social media for a while you’ve probably heard of Free Friday’s that we started a couple of years ago now...

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Is Ai the Beggining of the End?

Published in Culture, Life & Style
on Nov 14, 2018 by Tim Marner™

Artificial intelligence is the next big thing, researched by Google, Facebook and a whole other bunch of big tech companies. However, some of our greatest minds are speaking out against Ai. Some even go on to say it's the beginning of the end...

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Palm Oil; The Environmental Killer We Can’t Do Without

Published in Rant
on Nov 14, 2018 by Tim Marner™

As of now, every third mammal in Indonesia listed under endangered species due to deforestation and encroaching on their habitat...

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Disaster Preparedness: Tokyo Edition

Published in Design Inspiration
on Nov 05, 2018 by Tim Marner™

We're proper suckers for a nice infographic. So, when we picked up on this disaster preparedness book from Tokyo we had to post...

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Pink Noise Zine; Celebrating Women DJ's & Producers

Published in Culture, Life & Style
on Oct 09, 2018 by Tim Marner™

Pink Noise is the DIY zine on a mission to celebrate the diversity of women DJs and producers worldwide. Influenced by underground British rave and zine culture, the DIY publication is challenging the normalisation of an otherwise male dominated industry...

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