I can never understand people who buy ready made burgers. Better to buy some good quality mince and make your own. It’s just as quick and they taste a million times better. Here is my recipe.
Wes Anderson’s new movie is the only one he has ever made without Owen Wilson. But it DOES have Bill Murray in it (back for the 5th time).
I once made a giant bumble bee that a groom commissioned for his bride as a wedding gift. I also did an entire billboard out of LEGO bricks. It measured 53 feet long and 15 feet high, and used over 500,000 individual LEGO pieces. Welcome to the world of Nathan Sawaya.
If baking is the new Rock N’ Roll, then Natalie Slater could well be the new Elvis Presley, her website ‘Bake & Destroy’ is a goldmine of great recipes, fashion, useful tips and ideas.
Resolve is for life people, not just for New Year. For you to ignore, resent and eventually bury under a sea of ‘should’.
I stumbled across Jennifer Lehman’s pictures the other day and really liked them. I thought it would be good to find out a bit more about them and her methods. So I did. And here it is.
David Fincher’s (Se7en, Fight Club, The Social Network) English language remake of Stieg Larsson’s Swedish crime novel is sleeker, smoother and more action centred than it’s Scandinavian predecessor.
Nothing can kill a movie like hype, luckily I saw Submarine before anyone told me it was good, so if you haven’t seen it, forget you ever read this and then watch it. You’ll enjoy it much more.
It seems like designer Orla Kiely is everywhere at the moment. After making her name in the world of bags and hats, she’s expanded into a number of different areas including Clothing, Wallpaper and Fragrances. Now she’s moved on to 50’s inspired radios.
Billed as ‘House of the Flying Daggers meets the Kama Sutra’, Sex and Zen is a great movie to watch with your partner (actually it’s just as good on your own!).
Nik Kershaw was a legend in the 80’s but when the fickle hand of fame swiped him away he continued doing what he loved (and the only thing he knew), and that was to write great songs.
With the advent of Twitter and Facebook are people losing the ability to concentrate on one particular thing for more than a few moments? Melissa H find out.
There is an exhibition of iconic album art work by Hypergallery at A&D Gallery, in London W1 this week. Featured in the exhibition is cover art from the likes of Peter Corriston, Terry Pastor, John Pasche, Robert Crumb, H R Giger, George Hardie, Trevor Key, Susan Derges, Central Station Studios, Hipgnosis and Robert Mapplethorpe.
Some of Joe Fenton’s amazing images like ‘the Lullaby’ took around two and a half months to complete. His largest piece titled ‘Solitude’ took ten months.