Tons of mouthwatering free recipes for those bachelors and bachelorettes who haven't quite found their cooking feet yet but still feel the frequent urge to rustle up something a little new and different. Let's be honest here you can only eat spaghetti bolognese so many times in a month. Jamie provides some fairly simple concoctions with his usual flair of yum. Try some and let me know how they turn out.


Many of you guys may have seen Tintown's work at The Space, NSA Gallery Shop or in an issue of Elle Decoration. I think they deserve a spot on my blog, purely for their simplicity and great sense of design. So check them out online when you get a free moment between all that facebooking and so on....

adrian johnson

Adrian Johnson has some great work displayed on his site. Full of dry and quirky humour.

know hope

Quoted below are details on the artist as posted on wooster collective.

Know Hope is an artists from Tel-Aviv who creates handmade drawings out of paper and then lights them up with candles.

The artists tells us:

"What I like about the lanterns is that it deals with the frail temporary aspect of putting up art in street. If I take the best case scenario (that nobody takes the piece after a short while and there are no extreme winds or rain) then the longest life span of these pieces will be that of the candles, which is probably just a few hours. Therefore, when someone runs into it on the street they know that it was placed there not so long ago and they, by coincidence, got there in the small time frame that the piece was "active", hopefully giving them the feeling that it was placed there especially for them, and maybe guiding them, following them home and subtly lighting up their way."

simon oxley

Simon Oxley was born in England, currently lives in Japan and his work is out of this world. Marvel over the neat little flash work in the illustration section.

jono wants one

Naturally with the launch of the Apple iPhone in June in the States, the teaser campaigns are already whipping techies and Apple fans alike into a frenzied state of glee.


Onesidezero have a style reminiscent of Jon Burgerman's delightful doodles. Full of fantastic characters and colour.


It's a temporary site but beautiful, beautiful stuff from mikmik. Full of vectory goodness.