Today, we’re talking to a giant in the world of printing. He’s quite tall, you see. Please allow us to introduce Mr Tim Moscow of Sure Print Services, who will be sharing why he believes print is a sure thing for today’s marketer, what he believes is the biggest challenge in the industry right now and why CMYK is in his blood. Not literally, mind. […]
Today, we’re talking to the lovely Juliet Landau-Pope, who through her work as a certified life coach, leading professional organiser and study skills consultant, helps people manage their time and […]
Such a pleasure to introduce internationally acclaimed photographer David Katz and his film Through My Lenses in this week’s 24 questions. While you may have seen David’s work in both the British national press and international press, you may not have realised that he is actually legally blind, a fact he kept from almost everyone who knew him until this month. […]
Google turned 19 (!) this week and on this momentous occasion, the world’s biggest search engine has celebrated in the way they do best – with a Google Doodle.
As of 1998, Google has published often charming, intricate and celebratory doodles to illustrate major events, holidays, achievements and people. Today, we pay homage to the search engine with five of our favourite EVER Google Doodles over the past 19 years….
What do you get if you cross a snowboarder with a stethoscope? Team GB’s pro snowboarder Gary Bartlett, that’s who. Combining a summer career of medical practice with winters spent training with the British Snowboard Cross Team, GP Gary has his sights firmly set on Beijing 2022. Gold medals all round. […]
Heard the one about the Essex girl setting the world of interiors alight? Meet two of them. Brennan & Burch, aka Lisa & Majida, combine colourful, fantastical illustrations and hand-drawn characters to create quirky, bold designs, heavily influenced by street style, punk and acid house. Sounds like our type of girl. […]
24 fingers is hugely proud to be supporting public artist Martin Firrell on his Remember 1967 campaign which launched yesterday, Thursday 27th July. It commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act, a law which meant for the first time, gay and bisexual men in England and Wales could have sexual relationships without being automatically criminalised. […]
Today we’re talking to Claire Russell, co-founder and director of Domus Holmes Property Finder, an independent property finding consultancy and property investment company. Claire shares why a buying agent isn’t just for Christmas (or just for the rich and famous) and why Blue Peter will always hold a special place in her heart. […]
Today we’re speaking with Joanna Bevan of The Kindness Offensive, who along with her fellow volunteers, is on a mission to have fun, be kind and inspire as many people as possible to do the same. Performing both small and large-scale Random Acts of Kindness, The Kindness Offensive think the time has come for kindness to rule the world. Gets our vote. […]
Today we’re talking to Leonie Nanassy, founder of transformative retreat and workshops Hands On Life, and creative consultant. Leonie shares the power of pausing, why California will always have a […]
If you could type directly from your brain, would you? Should you? Start having a think because Facebook has designs to read your mind. Hard to imagine? Seems that reality isn’t a million miles (or years) away. […]
Today we’re talking to Jed Woodcock, founder of Box to Box Football who’s here to explain why print is not dead (despite the rumours), why 2002 will always have a special place in his heart and of course, the beautiful game. […]