In Reykjavik’s old harbour is the seafood restaurant Saegreifinn – Icelandic for The Sea Baron.
One of the many types of seafood they offer there is Minke Whale. They serve this in the form of a kebab – with the wonderful name of Moby-Dick-on-a-Stick.
Could you turn your product or service into a style icon with just a splash of paint? BMW did. The London 2012 Olympic festival is in full swing, and just around the corner from Seren’s offices is the BMW Art … Continue reading
Chickens have it tough – especially if you are a fast-food chicken and destined to be eaten. You are raised as a battery chicken in a tiny cage and fed stuff that fattens you up in order that you can … Continue reading
This amazing art by British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster is a perfect example of a service design tool I use called ShadowMan. But first, what’s this magnificent piece all about? Dirty White Trash (With Gulls), is sculpted out of … Continue reading
An article caught my attention that was about a trainee accountant who opened a jar of jelly beans and found a picture of Kate Middleton (the Duchess of Cambridge) on the first one he picked up. He expects to get around … Continue reading
I love beautiful things, especially simple things. And these animated GIFS by fashion photographer Jamie Beck take art to a new level. Browse the FromMe-ToYou site and you’ll see a collection of his really stylish fashion photographs. But some are … Continue reading