John Cleese on Creativity; What creativity isn’t; The close mode; The open mode; Getting into the open mode; Time; Avoiding rushed solutions; Confidence; Humour. John Cleese on Creativity: You need to study creativity in order to become creative. It isn’t innate, it’s learned. Studying creativity is quite fascinating. The sort […]
Box Office versus XBox The real story is the future revenue for Star War Battlefront. Dice Games has produced what appears to be a first person game that combines topnotch graphics and spectacular but violent game play with a global brand that’s about to release a highly anticipated film in 2015. We […]
Kung Fury is a visual feast for the eyes. Built by Swedish based Laser Unicorns, the 30 minute feature is quite possibly the most entertaining action satire since Kill Bill. It’s impressive what can be done with the right post-production effects….This film proves that good visual effects are now within […]
There are so many things that can be learned from playing SimFarm. The value of money, planning etc. The game is not dogmatic either, it doesn’t tell the player how to best go about planning out a farm. But I wonder if that freedom allows those kids to discover how […]
Timber Timbre’s style is iconoclastic, retro-rock; this band is probably one of the most commercially underrated group from north of Niagra Falls to catch my attention in the last few years. This live show is quite different from their Hot Dreams album but it’s still an excellent set…..enjoy!
This Is A Cut Out Of Big Ben Here is a really fun print-able cut out of Big Ben that kids will love as well as creative people of all ages. It’s a compact version but with a colour ink or jet printer at the highest quality, an A4 sized piece of paper, some […]
The Best Monty Python Sketches You really should play all these sketches below at the same time ;-P The following are the best Monty Python of all time….Curated by a team of monkeys we found behind the Apple Store at Regents Street, London. What makes these sketches so special? Well, they […]
Much like Myst circa the 90s, Monument Valley takes your through puzzles in a whimsical journey through a kind of visual forest. It’s kinda of relaxing but also challenges your brain to solve problems in a logical process. All of which is overlayed with a visually stunning interface. The music […]