I was lucky enough to have an MC Esher book as a kid. Mind-blowing would be an under statement. Fascintating duopolys of clashing impossible worlds neatly dovetailed with unerring geometry. Hooked. Projections of 360 readings have all that potential, and always make me grin. I’ve happened across some more extensive […]
We’re massive fans of Google’s Streetview here in the office. Nothing quite like scouting locations, meeting points, accessibility and just blatant snooping. Being able to spin around and see all around gives a phenomenal understanding of space and location – this is huge in giving online customers confidence in what […]
We wrapped up a small flurry of projects just before Christmas and had slipped into our stretchy eating pants for the break before we’d had a good chance to scribble it all up. Satis Properties are up between the Navan Road and Phoenix Park, and their dynamic look after the […]
Sweet candied orangey-goodness, dipped in rich dark high grade cocoa – yes. Stack of 6? Yes, please.
These fellows are phenomenally powerful wily things. Living in Dublin City where I’ve been dived at by seagulls walking down laneways 2km from the sea, I’m pretty wary of these hulks of feathers. Anyways, was sent off boating with some of Howth’s finest Lobestermen (yes, that’s what they’re called, yep […]
Long day’s shooting on site yesterday over in ParkWest Dublin at LaRousse Foods. We had a treasure trove of ingredients and some fine cheffing, expert helpers and a few lighting tricks up our sleeve for the day. Just doing the initial edit on it now and delighted how things are […]
Fullscreen for bigger smiles here More from the Vintage Dublin 360 series, this is one is from Talbot Bridge looking back to James Gandon’s Customs House. We’ve a bit of a soft spot for shipping and transport here at Biscuit Rodeo Towers, and to think that the ships of yore […]
Fullscreen for all here – recommended. More from the Vintage Dublin 360 series, this is one is from Dublin Castle, shot from the entrance onto Castle Street (opposite the delicious Queen of Tarts) More Vintage Dublin in 360 here