Posts Tagged 'inspiration bites'

Inspiration bites – words!

I’ll let the pictures do the talking… All pictures provided by Colin May of myfi.org.

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Inspiration bites – words!

I’ll let the pictures do the talking… All pictures provided by Colin May of myfi.org.

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The big smoke…

It had to feature at some point, didn’t it? I’ve actually been down there quite a lot recently. Had a lovely, long weekend in February and, of course, my Chip Shop Award trip in June. Colin’s been down there even

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The big smoke…

It had to feature at some point, didn’t it? I’ve actually been down there quite a lot recently. Had a lovely, long weekend in February and, of course, my Chip Shop Award trip in June. Colin’s been down there even

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Leeds in lights…

Every year, Leeds is literally lit up by an art exhibition. It’s called Light Night, I’ve heard they do them around the country but I’ve only ever attended the one in Leeds. Last year we took some photos as we

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Leeds in lights…

Every year, Leeds is literally lit up by an art exhibition. It’s called Light Night, I’ve heard they do them around the country but I’ve only ever attended the one in Leeds. Last year we took some photos as we

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Down at the Abbey…

I live just up the road from Kirkstall Abbey, a 12th century structure that’s crumbling but still absolutely stunning. It’s one of my favourite hang-outs when I need a little inspiration and I can often be found down there trying

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Down at the Abbey…

I live just up the road from Kirkstall Abbey, a 12th century structure that’s crumbling but still absolutely stunning. It’s one of my favourite hang-outs when I need a little inspiration and I can often be found down there trying

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All the colours of the rainbow…

I saw this little gem in Colin’s photo collection and couldn’t resist sharing. It’s the Chapel Town Carnival, a very colourful affair with all sorts of fun and festivities. Take a look! PS. I’ve got another graffiti post on the

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All the colours of the rainbow…

I saw this little gem in Colin’s photo collection and couldn’t resist sharing. It’s the Chapel Town Carnival, a very colourful affair with all sorts of fun and festivities. Take a look! PS. I’ve got another graffiti post on the

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Graffiti – pretty, funny and downright offensive

If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll have noticed that I’m rather keen on graffiti. It started after a trip to Brussels and has gone on from there. The thing is, once you’ve seen graffiti as art, it’s difficult to

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Graffiti – pretty, funny and downright offensive

If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll have noticed that I’m rather keen on graffiti. It started after a trip to Brussels and has gone on from there. The thing is, once you’ve seen graffiti as art, it’s difficult to

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More than sun, sea and sand

I’ve always loved the seaside. From paddling to building sandcastles, exploring rock pools to eating fish and chips, it all has a certain charm doesn’t it? But on our latest trip to the coast, we found a lot more than

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More than sun, sea and sand

I’ve always loved the seaside. From paddling to building sandcastles, exploring rock pools to eating fish and chips, it all has a certain charm doesn’t it? But on our latest trip to the coast, we found a lot more than

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Brussels, where graffiti is art

As a creative, I look for inspiration everywhere I go. The more I see and the more I experience, the more I can draw on when I come to concepting. So here’s the first of my inspiration bites – graffiti

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Brussels, where graffiti is art

As a creative, I look for inspiration everywhere I go. The more I see and the more I experience, the more I can draw on when I come to concepting. So here’s the first of my inspiration bites – graffiti

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