3.3.13

Dedicated

Well you have to be a rather dedicated artist and talented with a Rubik's Cube to create this amazing piece of work...




I found this on Mashable and apparently it took over 85,000 Rubik's Cubes to create it... I can't even finish one! I love the amount of detail in the picture and how the limited amount of colours were used to create such a 3D effect.


28.1.13

valentines day cards - for download!



I've drawn some simple little valentines day cards, free to download for personal use. There's a suite of 6 cards - download and see them all here. Enjoy! x

21.1.13

tattoo parlour giveaway


To celebrate the launch of Tattoo Parlour - I'm holding a giveaway on my blog to win your choice of jewellery out of the new collection. 

Please visit here to find out more!

Sheryl



10.1.13

tattoo parlour part one

Hello Made of Awesome readers!
I hope you are having a fantastic start to the year thus far!

Just to let you know that I've recently created a new range of jewellery called "Tattoo Parlour" which is  inspired by tattoos and the rockabilly culture. I will be adding these jewellery pieces to my Etsy shop over the next week or so. I've posted photos of four pieces I've just added to my shop today, you can view the blog post here to seem them or visit my  Etsy shop directly.



Sheryl


7.10.12

Handwritten fonts


I put together a quick font based on my handwriting, and you can download it here for free. It's pretty crude and unrefined, but I like the imperfections.

Image from here.

Ps. Sorry for the re-blog, if you read littlemiso as well.


24.9.12

Looking For The Internet





This video is really interesting. We rely so much on the Internet, but most of us don't really understand how it works. 

19.9.12

Future Design



I would love to buy one of these! Such a great idea to unite new technology with classic designs.

17.9.12

New Exhibition In Town

Be the first to check out this new exhibition. Opening night is this Friday and there will be free drinks and nibbles!


8.8.12

Facebook, Power and War

My PhD is on celebrity endorsements and Web 2.0. As a part of my thesis I'm looking at the impact of social media on the world and the significance of censorship.

This is a really interesting video, reflecting on the importance of social networking sites. If you don't have time to watch it all, just watch from 2:00 to 6:00.

I can't help but wonder how different World War 1 and 2 would have been if social media had been involved. In particular how would Hitler have used social media for propaganda?