Original houses with faces photos via The Poke
This post has nothing whatsoever to do with work, but as anyone who’s ever watched The Shining will tell you, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
So, with that in mind, I thought I’d share with you a few of my favourite pictures from my travels around Malaysian Borneo in January 2011.
The absolute highlight of the trip and something I will never, ever forget, was the sight of a wild Orangutan climbing in the canopy on the banks of the Kinabatangan River just before sundown. To say it was magical doesn’t even begin to do it justice.
Unfortunately these sightings are becoming all too rare, as their natural habitat continues to be cleared to make way for palm oil plantations. All is not lost though, as there are some wonderful charities who are working hard to protect the rainforest and save the Orangutans. You can read more about one of those charities here.
Bless me WordPress for I have sinned. It has been six months since my last blog post.
What can I say? There is no excuse other than to say I have been very, very busy.
Anyway, I’m back now, and I hope to have lots of exciting new work to show you in the very near future. Most of which is the result of winning a pitch for a large electronics brand with my friends at Why Design Media. Watch this space for more details.
I wasn’t able to post September’s ‘Spec of the month’ for a variety of reasons, so to compensate there will be double the fun this month, starting with a one-off poster idea for Kingsmill bread.
Fresh from a few days break in Madrid I’ve returned rejuvenated, revitalised and ready for action. Since I’m back I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to remind any potential clients out there that, if you’d like to work with me, you can contact me here.