Author: David Barrigan

Lego – inspiration in simplicity

Lego has always been an inspiration to me. I can still vividly remember those 70s and 80s beige (everything was a variant of brown in those days) plastic boxes that I kept all the bricks in. The hours and hours spent making structures. From the basic bricks to the made-up stories with the little yellow […]

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The Psychology of Colour

Carl Jung stated that “colours are the mother tongue of the subconscious.” Colour plays a prominent role in our lives. They influence our thinking, inspire our decision making and impact our moods and emotions. From causing changes to changing reactions, colours are very powerful. Depending on our interpretations, they can be used both positively and […]

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Pointing in the right direction for sustainability

If you spend any time at the end of a corporate event, you’ll notice how much waste and plastic is left behind. A lot of branding and printing is very expensive, yet is left behind the minute the event ends. Can the answer be to upcycle? As part of our commitment sustainability and an eco-friendly […]

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