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Strangers on a Train in motion

Strangers on a Train in motion

Catch a glimpse of all you missed, or relive the Strangers on a Train journey in our one minute film.

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1000 Mindreaders

1000 Mindreaders

Are you thinking what we’re thinking?

Find out one mind-expanding, curiosity-quenching, conversation-starting Friday night in the Stranger studio, this September.

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Pressing matters

Pressing matters

July’s creative breakfast was a feast of print and poetry. And it’s got us praising the small press.

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A Rush to the Head

A Rush to the Head

Why this summer has been about taking time to ride with the wild.

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Boats, waves, records and flames

Boats, waves, records and flames

Read about Firelight number three: a sun-bathed night by the riverside.

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Content Catches – Guest Edit

Content Catches - Guest Edit

Guest writer Sam Crosby rounds up the best filmic content from the worlds of surf and skate.

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The Rise of the Pod People

The Rise of the Pod People

Ear buds at the ready, as we take some time to appreciate the aural with a dive into the podcast phenomenon.

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Through the Round Window

Through the Round Window

“I probably looked like a hectic spider doing contemporary dance.” Dan Arnold, the artist behind our studio’s striking new window installation gives us a sneak peek into his creative process.

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Getting the Numbers Right

Getting the Numbers Right

The Design Council’s recently published Design Economy report has shed valuable light on the impact and value of design in our economy. It’s also highlighted a key difficulty that faces the industry. Diversity.

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Read This: Travelling in the Dark

Read This: Travelling in the Dark

Looking for something to lose yourself in this summer? Evocative, compelling and crafted with a truly deft touch, Emma Timpany’s debut novella could be it.

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Firelight in the Boatyard

Firelight in the Boatyard

Our roving storytelling evening sets up camp in Gweek Boatyard  on Thursday 12th July. Come join us!

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Sober & Lonely: Creative Breakfast

Sober & Lonely: Creative Breakfast

Robyn Cook came in to talk telepathic dogs, bananas and moveable art institutes.

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Join Stranger Collective

Join Stranger Collective

Freshly graduated or looking to spend time in a creative studio where exciting new things are happening? We’re looking for a new studio intern.

 

 

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Instagram: Grow Your Audience, Workshop

Instagram: Grow Your Audience, Workshop

Mystified by hashtags? Only followed by your mum? PopUp School founder Michele Ferron is coming to the Stranger studio this July to run an Instagram: Grow Your Audience workshop…and you’re all invited.

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Green & Blue: Creative Breakfast

Green & Blue: Creative Breakfast

The birds, the bees and the breakfast. Kate Christman came in to talk bricks and balls for April’s Creative Breakfast.

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Rubarb Rhubarb: What’s tech doing to language?

Rubarb Rhubarb: What's tech doing to language?

Copywriting for tech has got Phylly Feeding on language. Here’s her meander through the philosophical quandaries it’s thrown up.

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Content Catches

Content Catches

Content catches chosen by our work experience wonder, Lucy Hancock.

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Women in Taekwondo

Women in Taekwondo

Jujutsu fighting suffragettes, the #MeToo movement and slicing up stereotypes. Lucy Hancock feeds on the portrayal of women in martial arts.

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Amy Goodwin: Creative Breakfast

Amy Goodwin: Creative Breakfast

From lining traditional fairground wagons to adorning the walls of recording studios and exhibiting in London galleries: the return of our Creative Breakfast series saw signwriter A. Goodwin share her secrets round the table.

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Native in a nutshell

Native in a nutshell

Times are a’changing. From ad blockers to banner blindness, the digital publishing landscape is seriously having to reconsider its revenue streams. And it seems like purpose and authenticity are the name of the day. Welcome to the world of native content…

 

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Seeing Red: A Cultural Guide to your Festive Look

Seeing Red: A Cultural Guide to your Festive Look

We turn to Kodachrome 2 for inspiration on this season’s hottest accessory – The LRD, and all it implies…

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Bringing stories to life – printed kids’ books beating digital

Bringing stories to life – printed kids' books beating digital

Christmas gifts on your mind? We peek again into the pages of Kodachrome 2, to discover why the printed children’s book is far from dead and could make the most excellent of presents…

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In the stores: with Katie Tregidden

In the stores: with Katie Tregidden

To celebrate our brand new shop, we’d like to introduce you to one of our suppliers, Katie Treggiden.

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Content Catches: November 2017

Double Dagger

From an exhibition of objects that make you itch with uneasiness, to an article that eloquently tackles one of today’s toughest issues, discover the content that’s recently caught our eye…

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Spoiled by choice? Make rules your friend

Spoiled by choice? Make rules your friend

The sky’s the limit – or is it? Kodachrome’s sophomore outing had us making and breaking the rules. Sneak a glimpse inside…

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From Arm to AI – adventures in the future

From Arm to AI – adventures in the future

Exploring the world of AI means tackling the steepest of learning curves, often without the crampons we need to get a grip…

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NHS Sign up to Safety

Just Ask Me

Sign up to Safety wanted to get people talking to improve patient safety. They needed a big splash. We got on the case.

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Kodak: Kodachrome magazine

Kodak: Kodachrome magazine

We’ve been collaborating with Kodak to create a quarterly publication and associated online content that champions creativity in all its forms.

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Thank you for travelling with Stranger Trains

Thank you for travelling with Stranger Trains

It started with an idea that ran away with us. It led 150 people to Bodmin General station, for an evening of inspiration and the unexpected.

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Brush up before you climb aboard

Brush up before you climb aboard

The wheels are in motion and the puns are rolling beyond control – Strangers on a Train is coming! Some reading and watching for the journey ahead…

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