Monthly Archives: July 2012

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A spirit guardian

Moonbae-do, acrylic on wood 1998

Moonbae-do, acrylic on wood 1998

In 1998 I was living and working in Borneo (Brunei). With no internet at work or home nights I would often sketch or paint on the balcony overlooking the jungle. This one was painted on a small wooden panel that was left over from a project. A spirit guardian to look over our door. Loosely based on Korean Moonbae-do painting.

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Cypria Auctions catalogue

Cypria Auctions catalogue, browse online with jQuery

Cypria Auctions catalogue, browse online with jQuery

Dino from Web Theoria called one day and said he needed a catalogue made in Flash. “Why Flash?” I asked. “It would be much better if this was HTML. Your PHP guy will find it easier to implement and it would be much more user friendly.” With Dino onboard I mocked-up the catalogue page to his design. “From now on,” I said, “Use HTML, CSS and JavaScript for your interactive web pages.” Flash is for … other things.

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The French Fencing Factory homepage

The French Fencing Factory homepage

I’m excited. Next month I’m going to watch the fencing at the London 2012 Olympics. In 2006 I joined a fencing club where I met Priscille and Claire. When they decided to start up there own club I had to join. The French Fencing Factory is a fun, inclusive place to fence and the members super friendly. Oh, and Priscille is probably the Frenchest person in England. If you fancy a spot of épée do look them up. :-)

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