Design Can Change the World: A Litre of Light

Alfredo Moser Liter of Light

Back in November I was fortunate enough to visit Durham’s Lumiere Festival for the third time. The light festival takes over the historic city for four days, with a projection onto Durham Cathedral as its centrepiece. One of the smaller installations brought attention to a simple invention which is changing the lives of millions around the… 

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Possibly the best mug ever

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I love Toot as in Foot. Not only does it have one of the best blog names ever, author Jo always makes me laugh with her quirky tales and apparently fathomless vintage knowledge. If you’ve never seen a human jumble sale or you don’t yet know the weird and wonderful tale of Resusci Annie, you… 

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Iceland’s tiny churches

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Wherever I travel in the world I find myself strangely drawn to churches. The architecture is always so beautiful and there’s something I love about the musty smell of polished wood and the slow clacking sound of people desperately trying to walk quietly on stone flagstones. I came across these adorable little Icelandic churches in … 

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Write more handwritten letters

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Remember the sentiment of this Pinterest A-Z post? Last week I came across this appropriate print by Mary Kate McDevitt and have really enjoyed browsing her work. She’s one designer who definitely practices what she preaches! I’ve always enjoyed messing around with my handwriting… adding my own little loops and twirls to the regulation joined-up… 

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