It's been a long time since I worked in London and would walk between Holborn, Covent Garden and Piccadilly at least once a week. Facadism is nothing new, but looks like it really is on the rise.
Until about 20 years ago, Ealing was my nearest cinema and after changing hands many times it became defunct. After
Posted 19th Nov 2019 @ 10:56
I really like this updated identity for the Warner Bros. brand. It was either Sphere or The Matrix where I first saw the 'old' WB logo animation. This is a solid and very flexible update. A Shazam! version would look great, which I guess we might see with the planned sequel.
Posted 18th Nov 2019 @ 14:24
I think this looks great, but it's already sold out. Maharishi could easily put a whole range of these together.
The controller features DPM: Aquabrush X019 - inspired by the traditional 1950's lizard-brushstroke camouflage, subtly integrating iconic landmarks in London and a section of the River Thames within the maharishi dragon.
Posted 15th Nov 2019 @ 20:30
A solid update to a laptop that seemed to be loosing it's way. If the keyboard can stand up to scrutiny, it looks like it will be the go to for professionals on the move.
The Touch Bar looks much better sandwiched in-between a physical ESC key and the Touch ID button. Why the iSight camera is still 720p and they didn't opt for Face ID over (or to compliment) Touch ID, I don't know.
The base models are not cheap, but no 'Pro' products from Apple are. I couldn't justify splashing out on it at the moment, but when the time comes to update, this is the model to go for.
Posted 14th Nov 2019 @ 16:35
I think this is the first sensible foldable phone and it looks great in the Razr form factor. The folding mechanism is clever and exactly how I would like a foldable iPad to work.
I was a Nokia fan, so never jumped on the Razr bandwagon, but even I can appreciate what a nice throwback this is.
Posted 14th Nov 2019 @ 11:33