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  • Logo Stone Carving

    Logo Stone Carving at Rock-Mallet-Chisel.

  • Giant Acorns from The Circus Re-locate to Bushey Norwood

    Giant Acorns from The Circus Re-locate to Bushey Norwood. Back in 1754 the, now famous, architect John Wood the Elder had the extraordinary vision to design and build something groundbreaking in the City of Bath. With inspiration taken from amphitheatres, prehistoric stone circles and grand squares, Wood designed The Circus, a terrace of houses curving…

  • ‘Ox House Forge’ – In the heart of the Somerset countryside

    Lovely evening spent at Strawberry Steel at the ‘Ox House Forge’. Strawberry Steel was established 15 years ago, originally with the help of a Prince’s Trust grant. They now work from the heart of the Somerset countryside producing innovative steelwork done by traditional means. With their individual and distinctive style, they can provide a bespoke…

  • ‘Robocarv’ launching in the summer 2017.

    ‘Robocarv’ launching in the summer 2017. Robocarv are located in the beautiful countryside in the west country UK, Robocarv is a dynamic sculpting company, their business is centred around CNC Milling & Sculpting, producing and finishing objects for FILM, TV, EXHIBITIONS, ARCHITECTURE etc.    

  • Kenzo World: The New Fragrance; writer and director: Spike Jonze

    Spike Jonze’s quirky, brilliant short film for Kenzo arrived in late summer and immediately flew around the internet. It’s easy to see why: the short, which stars Margaret Qualley and is set to a perfect soundtrack titled Mutant Brain by Sam Spiegel and Ape Drums (feat. Assassin), is hugely entertaining, and bears repeat viewing with…

  • Identity translates Sir Simon Rattle’s conducting into graphic form

    Using motion capture, The Partners have interpreted the conductor’s movements in a series of animations. By Patrick Burgoyne 19th January 2017 These are exciting times for the London Symphony Orchestra. After losing a £5m Government contribution toward the development of its proposed new concert hall late last year, the City of London has now stepped…