Teaching to See: Inge Druckrey

A beautiful and inspirational documentation of visual values. This film is about about learning to look and visualize in order to design and the importance of drawing. It is one designer’s personal experience of issues that face all designers, expressed with sympathy and encouragement, and illustrated with examples of Inge Druckrey’s own work.
Simple phrases give insights into complex matters, such as, letterforms are ‘memories of motion.’


The September Issue, Vogue film 2009

The September Issue is a 2009 American documentary film about the behind-the-scenes drama that follows editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and her staff during the production of the September 2007 issue of American Vogue magazine. Although the movie is about fashion it actually covers more of the production process of the magazine then it does the fashion going into it.

This movie is suitable for anyone ho wants to get involved in the creative industry, it is well filmed and and well considered. The sections of the film covering the layout and building of the magazine would appeal to all designers or creatives. Have a look at the trailer to get a better idea.

King Kong on stage in Melbourne

A great feat of puppetry and new technology combined.

Novel Ideas

valérie buess is a swiss artist who lives in germany. for the last twenty years she has worked primarily with paper
creating intricate sculptures that often resemble urchins, coral and other underwater life. Re-Blogged from Design Boom

Someone’s Junk is Someone else’s…

I once asked an artist where they sourced all of the found objects they used in their art work  – “The word is Ephemera!” she replied, no wonder Art gets a bad name. Semantics aside, we expect all staff and students to participate in our 2nd Annual Art Exhibition – large format printing voucher for the winner.

Network Network!

A very useful online Creative Network site – updated by Chichester Artists.  A whole directory of contacts and goings on for: Dance, Art, Craft, Design, Film, Literature, Music, Photography etc etc!

Click on the image to take you to the site


Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has designed a range of clothing that expand from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured shirts, skirts, pants (trousers) and dresses. More »