This is a live redesign, and most things are unfinished. Nearly there.
19th March, 2019
That one man should witness so many horrors is hard to process. That nations like ours continue to facilitate such atrocity and poverty is devastating.
13th March, 2019
Despite markedly different approaches to customer service, Bear Pond and Koffee Mameya have much in common, not least their unflinching dedication to quality. When coffee reaches this level, the experience is mind-altering.
12th March, 2019
I’d agreed to meet Geri for coffee. Usually, that means a brisk walk into town, but on this occasion, she was in the future. She was 6,000 miles away.
6th March, 2019
Last night I attended the launch of Dear Nature, an important new work from renowned Nottingham artist John Newling. I was also invited to give a reading from the book.
25th February, 2019
Thoughts on the uniqueness of the Japanese konbini, the subtle science fiction of Convenience Store Woman, and notes from a recent Q&A event featuring author Sayaka Murata and translator Ginny Tapley Takemori.
8th February, 2019
My Mam always joked that in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning—that brilliant kitchen sink drama set in 1960s working-class Nottingham—his Arthur Seaton was “just like yer Dad!”
28th January, 2019
Rock City, Nottingham
24th January, 2019
The first New Adventures took place in 2011, sparking a trilogy of events that helped push digital design forward with bold ideas and honest opinion.
This editorial was written for the New Adventures magazine, January 2019.
21st January, 2019
Rough Trade in-store, Nottingham
31st December, 2018
It was a year where music helped contextualise a world weighing heavy, my favourite albums serving as coping mechanisms.
26th December, 2018
A short interview with Netmag about the return of New Adventures.
20th November, 2018
Kentish Town Forum, London
13th November, 2018
On our way back from Doki Doki Manchester, we stopped in at the David Mellor factory and museum, near Hathersage.
9th November, 2018
Alexandra Palace, London
20th September, 2018
It’s taken a summer of hard work to establish a comfortable baseline for wherever our new adventures might take us. Here are some notes about our new design and build.
This article first appeared on the New Adventures blog.