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Mapping Wasps

We are into the second year with the Big Wasp Survey, and as I type members of the public are being invited into help identify the thousands of wasps that have been sent in. I used Google MyMaps to present the 2017 results on a lovely whizzy mappy interface.. Check it out.  It’s most fun with a big touchscreen. Read more →

The Big Wasp Survey

I’m very pleased to have built website for a couple of old friends, www.bigwaspsurvey.org ran in Late summer 2017 to collect citizen science data on UK wasp population. Over 2300 people registered to take part. I made a bespoke WordPress plugin for this site to manage the database calls as well designing and building the site and making all the wasp… Read more →

“It is not my intention to be fulsome, but I confess that I covet your skull.”

It is not my intention to be fulsome, but I confess that I covet your skull.”
Arthur Conan Doyle, The Hound of the Baskervilles

 

A 3dmigos original; a beautiful low poly skull lamp supplied in a range of light options.

While available in a range of colours; the white, pink and yellow give off the most relaxing light.

12cm high, 10cm wide, 14cm deep.

 

GET IT HERE.

Crash and burn.

My old faithful hosting company Cheapnet Internet has just gone under…  Been with them for a good 12 years, man and boy…   So if my website looks a bit ‘shonky’ or lacks content for a bit, just sit tight…  I’m rebuilding.  It’s quite traumatic… Read more →

The Essential Nutella Knife – Prize Winner!

To launch the new Purement filament range – 3dprinted plastic you can use for food stuff as it fights bacteria, My Mini Factory launched a competition. I created this; The Essential Nutella Knife and it won!  Thanks to everyone who downloaded it to make me come first!   The curve of the tail is made to fit the small Nutella… Read more →

E17 Art Trail

I started the E17 Art Trail in 2005 with Laura Kerry. We think it’s a bit unique, and a bit fabulous.  Basically we provide a framework for all of Walthamstow’s creative community to get out and show everyone what they can do.   It started with 50 listings, with about 75 people exhibiting, and by 2015 we had 4000 participants in… Read more →