Category Archive: Design

What could a Church Learn from Savile Row?

When I was in London last year, I made a visit to Savile Row. This is the famous street where the best and oldest fine bespoke suit tailors are. Shops like Anderson &… Continue reading

Damien Hirst

Spent my final day in London at the Tate Modern for the Damien Hirst retrospective. My friend Jon managed to snap a few guerrilla shots when the guard wasn’t looking. Modern art is… Continue reading

Design Fetish Part 3 – Interview with Erwin McManus

I’m fascinated by Erwin McManus‘ latest move. He’s started a fashion/design label – MCMANUS – producing jackets, wallets, bags,  iPad holders, and other accessories. Erwin is a brilliant speaker, author and is Lead Navigator of influential LA Church MOSAIC. I’ve been… Continue reading

Design Fetish (Part 2: Helvetica)

The final straw for me was the cover of this bio of Dave Grohl. It instinctively felt wrong, and cynical, to put a quote about hearing of the death of his friend Kurt Cobain… Continue reading

Design Fetish (Part 1)

I must recommend the documentary Objectified. After viewing it recently, I immediately adapted the next day’s lecture on Popular Culture to include a few scenes for discussion. Objectified explores design, specifically the thousands of… Continue reading

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