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Yank on your willies? When content goes wrong…

Yank on your willies? When content goes wrong...

Ever get the giggles at a typo? We do. All the time. Here are some of our R-rated favourites…

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Feminism through making

Feminism through making

Feminism. Craft. Art. Local artist Amy Isles Freeman combines all these in her practice – but how?

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Oh so silly

Oh so silly

London is paved in lies…

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The collaboration nation

The collaboration nation

Pondering on the future of collaboration – to ditch design by committee and embrace the creative possibilities of crowdsourced production houses.

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Stage to page: What writers can learn from performance poetry

Stage to page: What writers can learn from performance poetry

What can writers learn from performance poetry?

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Apps, animation, augmentation

Apps, animation, augmentation

A journey into a world where creativity meets technology.

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A Feed for freelancers

A Feed for freelancers

Freelance writer? Discover helpful hints from a fellow wordsmith.

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Words we wish we’d written

Words we wish we'd written

What’s turning the Stranger team green with word envy this month? Take a peek…

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Thinking differently

Hermann Brain Dominance Indicator

Everyone thinks and does things differently, has different comfort zones. Can modelling this help us work better?

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Getting your house in order

Getting your house in order

From tea to Twiglets, when it comes to understanding your brand it’s essential to get your house in order. Time to talk brand architecture…

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Image makers, icon shapers

Image makers, icon shapers

Blondie, Bourdin and bedroom selfies: from the advent of punk to shoe-inspired visual storytelling and the Instagram generation, a brief foray into the timeless power of image…

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Nothing like a cup of deep black Joe

Origin coffee brewing masterclass

Whether it’s a morning kick-start or a late night boost, coffee seems to detonate creativity and push productivity. But how to make the perfect brew?

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The deadliest salad

The deadliest salad

Hemlock salad anyone? We get our hands dirty on an outdoor foraging Feed in search of forgotten wisdom.

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Lessons in white space

Lessons in white space

Going beyond the gallery walls,  we look into those turning white space on its head…

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Getting a sense for architecture

Getting a sense for architecture

An afternoon at the Royal Academy exploring architecture brings a whole new meaning to ‘light and spacious’…

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War of the sounds

War of the sounds

Mixing Angela Rippon and Elton, we attempt to master the art of mixing, and fail spectacularly.

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Everyday moments make stories move…

Everyday moments make stories move...

What building a zoetrope can teach us about storytelling…

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Get silly

Get silly

Get Silly. For Bait, we spoke to the Silly Boys and decided it was about time we all let loose. Here’s how to create your own origami silly-sidekick.

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Split wood and splinters

Split wood and splinters

Dig out your tools, sling on your overalls and discover why sometimes rules aren’t there to be broken at all.

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Another dimension on 3D printing

Another dimension on 3D printing

The future is here and it looks like the inside of a cracker. We blow our minds with 3D printing.

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Upwardly mobile

Upwardly mobile

From story games to ergodic text: exploring the world of narrative play…

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Through the eye of a needle

Through the eye of a needle

What do you get if you cross a coke can with a match box? A pin hole camera, that’s what.

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Feeding on mind-popping cinema

Feeding on mind-popping cinema

Mark Kermode, local talent and learning the craft of cinema – Cornwall Film Festival feeds us…

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Exploding stories, fragmented fables

Punchdrunk review

Temple Studios, Hollywood, sometime in the 1950s. We’re in a dimly lit make-up room. A stern woman pushes an actress onto a stool. She holds a light up to the actress’s face, which we see is bruised; her dress and bra soaked in blood. The actress winces as the woman applies her make-up; a darker […]

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Fresh blood, big brother and memories, boxed

Fresh blood, big brother and memories, boxed

The Design Museum’s designers in residence give us some food for thought…

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Feeding on memories at the V&A

Mario Wagner Memory Palace

How do you keep your memories sacred? We head to the V&A’s Memory Palace exhibition to find out…

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You read my mind…a future Feed

You read my mind...a future Feed

Mindreading, micro-tells and magic – research magician Stuart Nolan takes Futurefest by storm…

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Can I get an encore?

Can I get an encore?

How do you make history part of the now? We look to a 639 year long song for inspiration.

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On the other side of the stile was a whole new world

On the other side of the stile was a whole new world

An exhibition of literary-inspired art at Penlee House seems like a mighty fine place to Feed…

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A Feeding frenzy

A Feeding frenzy

As you may have gleaned, Feeding is quite important to us here. We’ve seen the benefits of a good Feed time and again, so it’s fair to say we’re huge fans. And now we want to spread the word (quite literally). Cue the Feed publication. We’re embarking on producing a piece of material that shows exactly what […]

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