Tag Archives: The 1970s

Project Proposal 4.0

PROJECT PROPOSAL 4.0 Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive narrative which explicates how technology is increasingly changing the shape in which we process information which is affecting the ability to concentrate … Continue reading

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Fatal Floor (1974)

Apparently, this rather comical public information film reduced slippery rug accidents by 50% in 1974. Was this a big problem in the 1970s? I always thought you had to be quite well-off to have a polished floor in your interior. … Continue reading

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Tutorial with Jonathan Kearney (3)

Due to my work commitments here in Tokyo, my practice in the past month has practically stopped. No, it has stopped and unfortunately will continue to do so until the end of July. However, last Thursday after my tutorial with … Continue reading

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The Ome Shack

This weekend I stayed with my in-laws (or ‘The Out-laws’ as I sometimes cheekily refer to them!) in Ome. Ome (Translation: Japanese apricot) is in the Kanto region of Japan; a beautiful, scenic area about an hour away by express train from … Continue reading

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