visual editions

Visual Editions, nicknamed VE, is a London-based book publisher, started in early 2009 by Anna and Britt. The idea for VE comes from our joint love of books and a (mischievous) desire to do things differently, so that everything we do translates into a new experience for our readers, and for all the writers and designers we work with. What we do is make sure we turn all that love and mischief into beautifully, lovingly, wonderfully written and crafted books.

kyle bean paper cuts…

Great work and lovely thinking. http://www.kylebean.co.uk

London – Velodrome at the Olympic Village

Apparently on schedule. Cant wait to see finished and ready for action.

new intersection magazine…

The new issue is out… www.intersectionmagazine.com

Walking on Water

This is such a lovely thing, blacksmith turned sculptor Andrew Baldwin has created the boat that walks! A few days ago the 20 ton, 40ft vessel walked into the water at Sandwich in kent, has sailed up the Thames and is scheduled to walk up out of the water again at the beach infront of the Tate Modern at 12:30 tomorrow (Thursday 14th October). If you’re in the area, it’ll be well worth a look. Read a bit more about this amazing project at Andrew’s site. www.walkingboat.com

ibmw

BMWs will soon feature iPad docking bays on back seats, which swivel and rotate. Using ConnectedDrive, the car will act as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, allowing iPads and other devices to connect online.

pimp up your flight!

luxury flying…

the future…

Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

paper clips light…

lovely…

Professor layton Reid – Desitecture

Professor layton Reid is an amazing man, he is the founder of Desitecture research led teaching practice and interior/urban design group. Founded in 2000, our interests concern the inevitability of the interior in all its manifestations and its expression through architecture. http://desitecture.blogspot.com/

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little boat blue…

art of noise…

is time to talk…

I have stumbled across some sharp looking mobile phone handsets which I would quite happily swap in exchange for my trusty iphone. Even non format are designing screen savers for them… http://www.non-format.com/

saddle up!

Brooks has been going now since 1866, there workmanship is second to none and quality of goods are unbeatable. I am the proud owner of a vintage saddle for the holdsworth. Check out there site its lovely. www.brookssaddles.com

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